What are you doing now and where?
I’m currently waiting to join RMIT Vietnam in February 2016 because I decided to extend my summer to learn new things I won’t be able to do once I start studying: I learned how to drive a car, to cook and to bake. Also, soon I’ll start my first internship.
Do you feel that BVIS prepared you well for your academic and work career?
Honestly, I found myself changing a lot when I joined BVIS, positively of course! A-levels are not easy at all compared to other things that I’ve conquered. In order to be who I am today, academically, I’m so grateful for the great support of every individual in BVIS.
What do you miss most about BVIS?
There is so much to miss. I miss all the incredibly awesome teachers, super friendly staff and friends that I met and that delicious food every break and lunch that made my diet plan impossible. But most of all, I miss being a part of BVIS volleyball team!
What skills did you learn at BVIS that you found helpful in your ‘life after BVIS’?
Team-working was the one skill that I learnt most at BVIS which sure will benefit me in life. By allowing us to join sports teams along with competing in houses, I realised that the only way to bring victory to your team is by having everyone cooperate and work towards the same goal. Being able to work well with a group of people, I really believe that there willbe more opportunities open to us in the future.