What Awaits Me
It is very difficult to answer the question “What awaits me after graduation?” immediately. But, nevertheless, I hope to make all my plans and dreams come true in the nearest future. First of all, I would like to continue my further education as a master student and get a new baggage of knowledge and skills. I also plan to build a successful career so that my family and my teachers can be proud of me.
What awaits me in the future?! It is not known… It is necessary to continue the education, get a job and build a career. Of course, nothing will happen at once, but I will try and reach my goal!
The future is vague. I think we need to continue to study, to seek decent work precisely according to our major. But I already want to connect my work with the state service, since it is interesting and close topic to me.
Now I feel like an Eagle, that was once a small, unintentional nestling who came to KAFU to get knowledge and proudly fly into the big world. It’s time for a greater future.
Me, We have a bright future.
Now I feel like the Captain of a ship that has passed all the obstacles on its way, and only I stand at the helm of my future.
We have overcome one more step on the way to achieving our goals. Wonderful, cheerful and, in general, carefree time as students has ended. However, the peak is still far away, because our whole life is one big education trip. Today we, you and I are graduates of “Jurisprudence” major of Kazakh-American Free University, but, in fact, we have just climbed the next step of our lives, where we will have many victories, successes, difficulties and new beginnings. Therefore, to the question “What awaits me?” I only have one answer: “Success”. After all, we are graduates of KAFU, graduates of Law and International Relations Department and therefore it is only success and nothing but.
A long thorny path of career development awaits me in the future. I want to justify the hopes of my family and teachers. We will strive to go forward and achieve more.
Road to the Future
I do not know what gifts life will bring, but the knowledge and skills that college and university of KAFU gave me inspire confidence in me. This gives me an optimistic look into the future, strive to continue development, reach for new heights and, of course, be useful for society.
Of course, no one knows for sure what awaits them. However, whatever it is, I will manage. We will manage.
I wish the students of KAFU to be cunning, but honest. I wish the teachers to be strict, but merciful.
Thank you from the heart, dear teachers,
You thought of us a lot over the years,
Thank you for the forces you have expended,
And for the knowledge that you have presented!
We wish you more such inspirations,
And gifted, super-duper students!
We wish you only great achievements
And lots of fortunately minutes!
I wish the University further prosperity and stable development, and I wish the pedagogical team and students scientific and creative success, good luck and prosperity!
I AM GOING TO MISS
- The ease and freedom after passing the exams.
- Our teachers, thanks to whom, we became experts in our chosen majors.
- The classmates, with whom we became close friends, although there were times when we argued, swore.
- Classes we did not want to attend and ran away from.
I think, first of all, I will miss my friends, whom I met during the years of studying at the university. We all became very close friends, regardless of major, year of study and age. I also do not want to part with teachers who have been trying to instill in us the love for our future professions, to give necessary knowledge and to make us real professionals in respective fields.
- I will miss those minutes when we were sitting in a class with the whole group, and actively discussed something.
- Queues in the canteen: asking to leave 5-10 minutes early from class to go ahead and be first.
- The feeling of being late for the first class, and do not know how to enter the room.
- Teachers, our most intelligent; beautiful; worthy; kind, and at the same time strict and exacting.
- But most of all I will miss my friends and classmates (my big family). These “FESHI” (as we call each other jokingly) have become a family, very close people.
- This feeling when you pass an exam with a five, and you become so good and easy on the soul.
- Queues in the canteen: asking to leave 5-10 minutes early from class, in order to have time to run ahead of everyone, then you run to the canteen 5 minutes before the bell and think that you are so clever (deceived the system). But as you see others leave their classrooms in a hurry too, feeling so clever as well. And stood in line for half an hour and well, were late. The teacher, of course, was mad, but we managed to avoid the consequences… not always, but in the overwhelming majority of such situations for sure.
- And of course I will miss my friends and classmates because I got so used to them, in 4 years we became one inseparable family, they became more than friends to me, more like brothers and sisters, father and mother.
We leave a lot of bright and unforgettable events behind, so many interesting and fun moments, so many new acquaintances, ahead of us we have a graduation and completely new adult life! But the student life and our university will remain forever in our memory.
First of all, I will miss those warm relations that have appeared between our classmates and teachers who have become very close people to me in those years.
Friendly team and responsive educators.
- useful and informative lectures from wonderful teachers who conducted classes;
- fascinating and interesting seminar assignments;
- remembered for a long time moments with classmates, friends and acquaintances, whom he found at the university.
I will miss the group gatherings in the canteen, despite the fact that sometimes there was not enough time, canteen connects people.
I will miss many curious stories that happened at the University, especially with our group.
I will miss the epic phrases of teachers in case I said something silly.
Eternal pessimism and eternal optimism from the learning process.
Attempts to justify yourself in case you were late for classes.
Students and teachers life stories from which cheekbones still hurt.
Charged mood and violent emotions from the streaming sessions.
Friends, teachers, guests, events and much more.
Our native teacher of KAFU,
It was very interesting!
Your lectures never were a tie
And we are saying this without a lie!
We want to congratulate you heartily.
We would like to admit that there is no one on the Earth,
Who would be more professional than you!
And maybe someday, somewhere
We will be teaching class as you…