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+1 #3 Paul 2013-09-21 10:50
“The environment within HIPSIR provides room for individual growth which is important for one’s self esteem and confidence.” I now work in a human rights organization.
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+2 #2 Anne 2013-09-21 10:49
The MA course helped me to develop critical thinking, communication and problem solving skills which have proven to be very useful in my current job. The environment within HIPSIR provides room for individual growth which is important for one’s self esteem and confidence. I now work with the UN
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+2 #1 James 2013-09-21 10:48
We were trained well to handle any academic affairs. For me, the course was confidence-buil ding, especially class presentations - these prepared us for the teaching job I am currently engaged in. I am now an academic researcher and lecturer in International Relations.
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