Senior/Finance and Economics
Why did you
come to UNF?
When I decided to go abroad for college, I considered several
universities in Florida. Ultimately I chose UNF because I had a very positive
experience going through the application process. The recruiting team at the International Center was very dedicated and attentive to many of my concerns.
As an international student, this accessibility was a very important factor.
What is your
favorite part of being a student at UNF?
My favorite part of being an Osprey was being actively involved in
different aspects of a small but vibrant campus where it was relatively easy to
build relationships with fellow students and faculty members.
opportunities have you had at UNF that you might not have had elsewhere?
I always had a taste for traveling, and I was delightfully surprised
by all the faculty-led trips and exchange programs offered by the Coggin
College of Business every semester. The school offers many incentives to
promote international education and cultural exchanges. I had the opportunity
to study in France, myself, for a semester. It was a very rewarding experience.
As an Honors student, I also had to complete a capstone project to
graduate. I spent a summer interning in Washington D.C. with a wealth
management firm. The internship was part of a larger program offered by the
Washington Center through the UNF Honors Program. I would work, go to class,
visit the city, and attend presentations at the Capitol, World Bank and some
other institutions. It was my third time in D.C. and I really enjoyed it.
these opportunities shaped your "personal journey" (collegiate and
These opportunities made me more ambitious in defining my career
goals, and more confident in my ability to succeed in very diverse