Three years ago I started on a new educational journey, as I started studying to become a technical translator through fulfilling a bachelor degree at the University of Agder. Since then there’s been many days, weeks, months and years consisting of
- lots of hard work
- lots of lectures
- lots of assignments
- lots of tests
- lots of exams
- lots of results
These study years have included two years at the University of Agder and one year at York St John University. It’s all been very interesting and meaningful to me. It hasn’t always been easy. Actually, it’s usually been quite tough and often very stressful, and sometimes extremely stressful, but I’ve never given up, and today – 5th of June – has been a big day for me where I finally had my last exam and could write this on facebook:
Yuhoo! Today I had a successful oral examination, and after three years of studying I’m now educated as a technical translator! I thank God for helping me so that I got this opportunity to study and enter into a new career path, and I thank God for all support and help in my studies. This is a big day for meg.
My update included many smiley faces and some hearts too.
Here you can see me having my bachelor assignment presentation on Tuesday:
I’m a technical translator and can now look forward to my new exciting future.
Ruth Kristin, mostly on the 5th of June 2014 – and with the photo and last text added right after midnight (Norwegian time).