Hey, I'm applying for the Bachelor in international business administration at Rotterdam school of management, I'd like to know what you think about this letter, and if grammar and spelling are correct. Any response or suggestion would be great appreciated. Thank you in advance :)
NB: there's 4 items that sould be included in the letter :
Why IBA at RSM
Dear sir or madam,
I wish to apply to the Bachelor in International business administration at the Rotterdam school of Management for the 2014 fall term.
My name is xx, I'm twenty years old. I'm born and raised in Morocco, a multicultural country with its diverse population and religions: Arab, Berber, African, Jews ... All this cultural diversity brought me a certain tolerance and open mindedness. I was enrolled in a bilingual school: College Lycée Elbilia where I had to learn French and Arabic but also English and Spanish. I graduated in 2012 from the baccalaureate of secondary school. Then I started studies in the University Pantheon Assas in France. I then had to study in a new country, in a new environment with new people, then I do not had any other choice but to adapt. It was a good opportunity to try living in a new country and discover the way of life and mentality of the people of this country.
The bachelor in international business administration really interests me because of the international dimension that it brings: It's a complete taught in English program, with students coming from all around the world, there is also the possibility to go in exchange in more than one hundred business schools or universities all over the world. Moreover, living in Rotterdam which is one of the most modern and cosmopolitan cities in Europe could be so great. It also could be a great opportunity to discover a new country with new customs and to learn the Dutch language.
The Rotterdam School of Management is one of the best business schools in the world, it's ranked 5th business school in Europe by the Financial Times. The Rotterdam School of Management have also an international teaching staff with very renewed teachers. I think that the Bachelor in International Business Administration at the Rotterdam School of Management will give me the opportunity to be a full international person, and for my future to have an international career.
For my future, I think I really want to work in an international environment, to travel all over the world and experience different way of live. I also think about working in the cooperation between Morocco and Netherlands, specially that EU has granted the advanced status to Morocco. For this, I'm interested in working in a consulting firm, or to create my own company.
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