Admission Essay to University
This paper focuses on the personal attributes and character traits of the writer that will enhance and compliment the primary goals, religious traditions and mission of the university she hopes to attend.
# 74635 | 892 words | 4 sources | APA | 2005 |
Published on Oct 18, 2006 in Education (Higher) , Religion and Theology (Christianity) , Education (Adult Education) , Women Studies (Spirituality)
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The writer of this paper examines the goals and traditions surrounding a Jesuit Catholic university. This paper delves into the background of the writer of this paper who previously attended an all-girls Catholic high-school. The writer contends and explains why she considers the Jesuit Catholic faith as being effective in its search for truth and human progress while encouraging followers of the faith to contribute of themselves particularly as it pertains to furthering one's education. The writer discusses her personality and character and how both will aid her in realizing her full potential in this particular university. The writer goes on to state and explain that by acquiring training and education in the Jesuit Catholic tradition she will be able to contribute to the betterment of her community as well as to the world at large.
From the Paper:"One feature of globalization which cannot be denied is in relation to our increased consciousness of the whole world and how closely we all are inter-linked. The University distinguishes itself as a uniquely diverse learning community which is socially responsible and also possesses high quality scholarship which is rigorous and which is tied with a dedication to the world community. With regard to this aspect, I can contribute to the University in a tremendous manner as I have a global state of mind which accepts cultural diversity. I have an understanding that the various individuals and societies prevalent in different parts of the world are interrelated and that they are interdependent and I also possess the requisite knowledge and sensitivity to aspects of diversity and the world-wide view of issues and problems. Being an international student who has been staying in the U.S for last four years, I have had the experience to know about the divergent cultural identities from very close quarters."
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