Self reflection helps you to learn and reflect on important information. This can be reflection on quantitative and qualitative information. Self reflection can help me to write about the course or programme that you have studied. It can make you write about the experience that you had in modules, and if any changes need to be changed then you can work through this by sharing your skills. It can make me write about your personal reflection. It’s a way to remove any struggles that you are encountering in any of the students school, college, university life (McQuarrie, E. F. 2006). Self reflection can help you with questions that are on your mind. It can make you think about change and focus about the right question. It gives your brain something to work on, and helps you with the situation so that you can feel better. Moreover self reflection can make you commit to the right decision and make you stick to that decision. So this empowers you to improve your life. I am a student from Dubai enrolled in an undergraduate programme. I had basic business education before starting with this programme and studying in London is a turning step in my life. Before enrolling for my business course in Regent University I reflected on two issues. Firstly, I wanted to pursue an education in fields, which would enable me to target my future goals. Geographically, Dubai, as the connecting point between Asia and rest of the world, is aiming to become a greater business hub, where world trade will be facilitated from Asian countries to the rest of the world. By winning the bid for hosting EXPO 2020, Dubai redefined its well promising position in the world stage as a business power. Demand for business –oriented people has increased in Dubai in recent years. Future opportunities in my country urged me to pursue a career in this field. Secondly, I am aiming at getting a business qualification in a country well recognised and honoured in other countries. I had different option but I prefer to choose London for getting higher education. London is second biggest world financial hub after New York and this helped me in my study because I got chances to come across different people who had different business ideas. There are number of reasons which encourage me to choose Regent University for my degree programme which are one of the good businesses Scholl in London, international with different people came from different countries. I came across different people in my university where I learn different values and understand their cultural values. External environment is really important and analysis of this environment is important in order to reduce risk effects on your business. Culture is one of the main factors of external environment which can affect business efficiency. Studying in Regent University London gave me chance to learn about the different cultural and this cultural reading will help me in my future business life. As I know Daub is multicultural country where people from different countries are welcome to do business or come for vacation. There are number of factors like weather, friendly investment environment and low tax levels, which support business and non business activities in my country. My study period helped me to work out the cultural values and read about the importance of it. The experience I came across during my study in Regent was totally different from my previous studies. I learnt the importance of teamwork, group task and time management. I develop number of skills in the team tasks during my study; I learn the importance of other members and how to manage a task with collective efforts. I learn about your importance in the provenance of team and how to deal when there is a conflict situation among the team members. Teamwork is really a critical for the success of given tasks, I wanted to understand business though classroom knowledge as well as market knowledge.
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