I am a person keen on challenges.
Law will provide me with the kind of constant challenge I have always craved, while helping me to improve my analytical, practical & communication skills.
Also my concern and curiosity about society and its people inspired me to pursue this subject for my higher education, as I believe Law plays an essential role in the changing nature of society.
My education so far is characterized by indisputable excellence.
During the four years of my undergraduate studies, my GPA was consistently the highest in my class of 135 students.
My graduation was rated “Outstanding”, the highest rating possible. An in-depth analysis of the ethical standards of Chinese auditors, the paper was later published in a quality professional journal as a seminal study of a rarely studied topic in China.
Not having an academic background in Mass Communication has always been a great regret to me and this regret intensifies as I look to the future of China’s social and economic development.
As an opening China embraces more and more international events such as the international Formula I car racing competition, to capture the global attention, highly qualified senior PR professionals will have an limitless arena to exercise their talents.
For all the practical experiences I have accumulated, I am truly in need of a systematic academic training in Public Relations so that I can learn the most advanced knowledge in the field and inform my future PR practices with theoretical guidelines.
After withdrawing from York, I decided to take the opportunity to extend my experience in schools on a voluntary basis at a local Special School (Beacon Hill Special School, Ipswich).
This resulted in my being offered a full-time paid position as a Special Support Assistant. I have found myself inspired by the challenge of encouraging these young people to realise their potential and this has further cemented my decision to become a teacher.
I have made up my mind to devote my life to the research and teaching of Economics.
With the knowledge I have learned at Beijing University and the practical experiences I have gained in recent years, I am confident that I can meet the requirements for acceptance. My goal is to become a professor teaching economics in a Chinese university after I complete my graduate studies.
The University of Melbourne is well known for its unique position as a bridge between east and west.
It is well known for its excellence in the communication field, with an accomplished faculty and modern research resources.
With students from various nations, it provides its students with a good chance to learn from different cultures. It is an ideal place for communication studies. If I am accepted, I believe I can make quick progress in communication studies in general, and in advertising in particular.