From a very young age, I remember being passionate about making discoveries, and therefore, learning. This aspect of my personality rendered the choice of what field to study a very difficult one: I wanted to be a teacher and a journalist. Luckily, my parents understood and respected my ambitions, and unfailingly supported me towards reaching my goals. After high school, I enroled in an Institute of Political Sciences where I studied Geopolitics, Constitutional and Administrative Law, Economics, Sociology, Political Theories and History. Upon completing the four-year degree in an intensive three years, I studied Educational Sciences for one year and then moved to the UK to complete a Masters in International Relations at the School of Politics at the University of Nottingham. After another enriching year of studies and with my Masters completed successfully, the invaluable opportunity to study for the PGCE and become a fully-qualified teacher from the British education system crossed my path. I pursued it with eagerness.
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