As more and more international students choose to pursue their education at Sullivan University, each brings a unique perspective that diversifies the student body and enriches everyone’s learning experience. Originally from China and now living in Buffalo Grove, Ill., Xueqing Wang recently began her first quarter in Sullivan’s hybrid MBA program, a blended online and on-campus program uniquely suited to international students. Here she gives her first impressions of the university in both English and her native Mandarin Chinese.
I come from Beijing, China, and was a Management Information System major. The necessity of business skills and trend of going global made me want to study in the U.S. So I chose the MBA program at Sullivan University to strengthen my competitiveness in my future career and improve my English ability as well.
What left a great impression on me was that the officers at the international admission office gave me the most help and guidance during my application process. They were always nice and patient in answering my questions about the school and admissions, which made me willing to accept the offer and get enrolled.
I also have a good impression of Sullivan University after I attended a very professional international student orientation. The detailed introductions from staff in different departments, the beautiful and quiet campus, and also all the students from different parts of the world made me feel that the school is unique. Although this is my first quarter within the university, I have already experienced intense coursework. There are abundant and well-organized course materials and even for online courses professors will ask every student to take part in the online discussion. The MBA program covers courses such as finance, management, accounting, communication, leadership and so on. I’m sure in two years when I’m to graduate, I can utilize what I have learn at Sullivan to start a promising business career!
by Xueqing Wang