Describe How Your Career Progress, Values and Non-Work-Related Activities Will Enhance the Experience of Other Business School Students

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Each of our applicants is unique. Describe how your career progress, values and non-work-related activities will enhance the experience of other Business School students (maximum 900 words) Career progress: The foundations of my professional career were formed during my time at University. For my undergraduate degree I completed a Bachelor of Science in Biology, Chemistry & Mathematics. These subjects were quite diverse and gave me great analytical and reporting skills that added to the teamwork skills which I developed due to group projects inside and outside of the laboratory. After the completion of my BSc I decided that I wanted to develop my skills in the emerging environmental science market as I saw this as an opportunity to apply…show more content…
I feel my core values are as follows; family, integrity, sustainability, success, happiness, wealth and respect. I am also a strong advocate of teamwork; I most definitely think my team player mentality will help my fellow students who are working on project with me. In business my underlining belief is to uphold unrivalled client satisfaction, if you react to your clients’ needs with effective solutions you will have those clients for a long time. I believe using innovation to achieve service excellent is key for an organisation to become or remain successful. Non work related activities In my spare time I like to keep fit by running and attending the gym on a regular basis. I also enjoy reading, cinema, following sports such as boxing, GAA and soccer. During my undergraduate days I was very active in university life as I founded and ran a Glasgow Celtic Supporter Club and I also represented the college at numerous intervarsity boxing competitions and won an all Ireland title in 2000. I am an outgoing and friendly person, I am confident that my positive outlook, charm and wit will help energise the class. Recall a professional project or achievement that you found both challenging and rewarding and in which you take some pride. Describe any concerns that you had in relation to your ability to succeed in this project or achievement and how you faced up to the challenge of

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