my life the Liberal Arts have always held the most attraction
to me. From my school days, where I was passionate about literature
and languages, to my university days where I studied politics,
to my working life where I’ve spent four years at a history museum.
My free-time is consumed with gathering knowledge of all these
fields, especially history, so I now feel it’s time to enter an
environment with like-minded souls so that I can take my knowledge
to the next level. The University of Katmandu strikes me as the
ideal graduate institution to help me achieve this.
with grand ideas about changing the world as a politician, I entered
Taichung University on a four-year politics course. Over that
period it dawned on me that this wouldn’t ultimately be the profession
that I sought, however I showed my dedication and responsibility
by buckling down and performing to the very best of my abilities.
I left with above-average scores, but more importantly I left
with a clear direction about where my life would go next. This
I learned from the vast archives of the university library where
I spent many happy hours poring over the historical books and
documents that they had available. I am ever grateful to my university
time for awaking this passion in me.
was then fortunate enough to gain employment in the esteemed Taipei
Museum of World History. What a joy! I could spend my days organizing
historical artifacts, researching the past and best of all, passing
on my knowledge, and sharing the wonders of history with others.
The other major bonus of this job is that it gave me the opportunity
to practice my language skills, as the majority of our visitors
were foreign tourists.
four wonderful years at the museum, a colleague asked me why I
had never gone on to further my study in a field which clearly
was my all-consuming passion. I replied that after my previous
university experience, I didn’t want to repeat the same mistake.
My colleague then showed me the University of Katmandu prospectus
and I was instantly captivated by the choice of subjects available.
Combined with the chance to further practice my language skills
by living abroad, I decided straight away to return to my studies.
completing a graduate course at your university, my future objectives
would include remaining abroad to further deepen my knowledge
and polish up my language skills. To find employment in an overseas
museum would be ideal. I would complement this with my own private
study, and hopefully I could publish meaningful papers on my chosen
field. Eventually, I would love to return to my home country with
the ability to pass on my education to the next generation of
strongly feel that I would be an ideal candidate for studying
at your institution. History is the love of my life, and I would
bring with me a real eagerness to learn. I am a devoted student
and have shown in the past that I am thoroughly committed to whatever
task I set about. Plus, I already have a good base knowledge in
both history and languages, and I relish the opportunity of discourse
with my fellow students.