Profiles from Europe
- Major: Cognitive Science & Philosophy double major with a minor in Psychology - Magna cum laude, Honors Student
- Country: Hungary
My UE experience contributes to me being resilient; I can stay open to the world and keep a bright outlook on life in spite of obstacles I encounter.
I travel or UE friends visit me at least a few times every year. So we make time for being reminiscent about the good old days. What I've recently found is that the time I spent at UE really made me have faith in people. From housekeeping to the president of the school, I can recall countless times when UE staff helped me out! I constantly remind myself that even if I don't live on the same continent, I can find that same selfless genuine warmth wherever I go.
On a more practical note, the liberal arts education I received taught me how to study and quickly understand new concepts, which is an excellent skill for anyone in the 21st century.
- Major: Finance
- Country: Russia
For me, studying at UE means much more than just being a full-time student majoring in finance. I feel like part of a family. Because UE is relatively small, each student is viewed as a unique individual, with his or her own strengths, talents, and creative ideas.
UE will provide you with numerous opportunities to push you toward your maximum potential in your field of study. UE employs outstanding professors, introduces students to business professionals from various organizations, assists with internships, and helps students build outstanding résumés.
At UE, you will always feel a friendly and cozy atmosphere created by staff and other students. This will help you to achieve your best results and graduate as a highly qualified specialist, confident about the future.
- Major: International Relations & Political Science
- Country: Greece
This is only my second year at UE, and it already feels like home. As an international freshman, the time came when I had to deal with home sickness and that home for me was more than an ocean away. The fact that my IOL's, the UE staff and the University's community, in general, welcomed me with open arms was one of the main reasons that I was able to adjust faster and easier in the new environment and to my new life. I enjoy how small the classes are and that I get to know my professors and advisors personally. I get to have more one-to-one time with them, both in and out of the classroom, and I am grateful for the fact that they are always willing to help when I need it. Finally, as a student athlete, I am thankful for all the people who work with our team in the athletic department, my coaches, and my professors, as their encouragement, support, and understanding have truly made a difference in my everyday life.