Study Abroad Under COVID19- MBA@TIAS Business School

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The classroom of the TIAS Business School is just few minutes walking from the Utrecht Central Station. There are two beautiful canals in the urban area, and some old houses built alongside, many of which were transformed into restaurants and shops, and each has its own style and characteristics (KalderaNews/Doc. TIAS)
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JAKARTA, KalderaNews.com – 2020 was a year with uncertainty for many people, and 2021 doesn’t seem like the end of everything. But it is this unusual year that I decide to leave my stable job in Japan and study aboard in the Netherlands for an MBA degree.

There are two reasons for starting an MBA at this time. One is that I had been working as an Account Manager for about three years and since last year I started to feel the bottleneck on work. I was thinking about the possibility of moving to a new country and seeing if I could get inspired from the new environment.

The other is when I checked on LinkedIn for several times, I saw retirement announcement from people who got into famous companies soon after they graduated and worked there until retirement. This will be regarded as an ideal career path in Japan, and I would not deny that it is a kind of success in career. However, I asked myself would I still consider it to be successful from the perspective of life?

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I came to Utrecht during the lockdown in the Netherlands. Utrecht is the fourth largest city in the Netherlands. The classroom of the is just few minutes walking from the Utrecht Central Station. There are two beautiful canals in the urban area, and some old houses built alongside, many of which were transformed into restaurants and shops, and each has its own style and characteristics.




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