Coming to UK has been one of my big dreams and finally I’ve made it on the 16th of February 2014. The plane as if landed like a ‘Meteorite’ and I shivered thinking in my mind that finally I am in somewhere I don’t belong to but never even torn apart of it.
The 16th of Feb indeed is one of my most memorable days not only for the day I came but it can be said a tragedy, happened between me and my family since I never ever enjoyed a single night without them and that’s how they shattered while seeing me off for the first time but gradually I had overcome and got out of the emotional bonding’s through the very beautiful journey with so many unfamiliar faces. It was windy indeed while waiting for the bus in the Heathrow’s terminal 5 but enjoyable. The first three days were full of emotions since I’ve been living without my family in addition with that, the weather of course scared me. It was cold, rainy without shiny as if I started looking pale until I discovered myself as a international student.
I want to do something big in my career, something unique, something memorable which would make everyone satisfied eventually. – K. F. Mumu
My first day at college is very explicit in my mind. They were light-hearted, warm and friendly when they welcomed me and I was overwhelmed by that. However, I was introduced with my lessons along with my classmates who are helpful as well as full of life. I am happy to be a part of them.
Education UK that I had been hearing of through the British Council helped me searching of many unique things about the UK. The people are indeed well behaved, decent in a way like everyone knows each other, care for the ones who seek helps. UK is green, landscapes are the mention-able, historical sites are the worlds remarkable which I truly appreciate from the core of my heart.
Now the dream is even bigger, seeing me holding a UK degree in my dreams which is soon going to be the real. I want to do something big in my career, something unique, something memorable which would make everyone satisfied eventually. Thus, I pray and hope that my educational career may have the ‘Happy Ending’ and get the full benefits of being an international student of the UK.