About University Of The Philippines Diliman:
The institute has a distinct home-like feel to it and you could almost smell the positive ambiance radiating from it.
The facilities are high end and could actually meet the standards of any high-end school you could name.
The mentors, as we preferably call them, are approachable and caring at times. They don't make you feel like you're at the bottom of the pit and all of them are very enthusiastic with what they're doing.
About my college education:
In my four years of study in Asian Institute of Tourism (which is UP's separate department for tourism affairs), I can say that it is downright challenging but at the same time, enjoyable.
Sticking to the fact that Tourism Management is actually about connecting and mingling with other people, social skills is a must. And in order for an individual to succeed in this course, he must have an open mind plus an excellent ability in interpersonal matters.
My current job:
I'm a flight steward at Air Asia.
Am I using what I learned in college:
I'm using what I've learned at the University to my professional career but I also intertwine my values and perspectives as an experienced human. I use interpersonal skills, my linguistic abilities combined with the foreign language I studied and all forms of hospitality I could exhibit.
How long did it take to find a job after graduation:
It took me three months to land a job because of the requirements and interviews.
Do I recommend studying Bachelor of Science in Tourism:
As a man of principle, I recommend this course to others as it could be a way for you to improve. It is fulfilling within all aspects of serving other people and may set fire to your passion.
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