It all comes down to the people
Currently, it seems like everyone is unsure about their education, but, to be perfectly honest, I have never really felt that way. I was quite pleased when I got my spot in the Business Administration and Sociology programme and that has not really changed since. I mean, sure, there have been some bumps along the way, but I think that goes for everything.
My education has allowed me to enter a path a bit more untraditional than others, and I hope to tailor it further into exactly what suits me.
I am not saying this because I have completely figured out where I am going to end up. I have not. At all. In fact, I am more confused about my future that I have ever been. But my education and the people I have met in connection with it have helped me realise how I can turn my interests into careers.
Frankly, I am quite proud when I tell people I am a CBS student, but I also do not think it counts that much where you took your education. I think it matters who you met. The professors who have taught me and the people I have interacted with have impacted me the most in relation to my impression of CBS as an institution, and my jobs here working with the staff have only added to that.
I do not think I really care where I end up. All I care about is that I can do something which makes me happy, and my specialisation and experiences at CBS have opened the door to that world.