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“I graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce in Management Marketing. I was so excited to achieve a degree from Boston because it affords me the opportunity to broaden my horizons in terms of job seeking, and this is especially beneficial as South Africa has a high unemployment rate.
I love that Boston has International recognition, and yes, I plan to travel and gain work experience abroad in the near future! I would like start as a Marketing intern to gain more practical knowledge and advance towards being a Marketing Coordinator. BCC provides immense support to its students on all levels and the staff has excellent methods of providing assistance to students in need.
My 5 year goal plan? I have always planned on becoming independent with a thriving career and this is what motivated me to complete my studies. My motivation during my studies? A qualification from BCC guarantees that I have gained invaluable knowledge from an excellent institution”.
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