(International Commerce Major 19, China)
First of all, I am honored that I am chosen among the many excellent students of GLC. Thanks to the help and encouragement of professors and other students, I was able to come so far. I will do my best to live up to expectations. I grew up in Qingdao, China, and Qingdao had a very active trade relationship with Korea, so I naturally became interested in Korea-China trade and came to study in Korea. Currently, I am in charge of planning and translating events in the planning team of the Foreign Students’ Association at GLC, and in the editorial department of DISCOVERY school magazine. In addition, I am responsible for writing Chinese-speaking articles and producing Instagram. From this semester, I am looking forward to working at the ICG International Trade Association, a new academic society. After graduation, I am developing my dream of working in the Chinese marketing field of a global company or a Korean company as I’m participating in diverse activities. In order to grow into a better person than me in the past, I plan to continue to develop my capabilities without neglecting to develop myself.
(International Commerce Major 21, Singapore)
I am very happy and honored to be selected as a scholarship student for GLC-Hyundai Energy Solution Co., Ltd. I’m so proud and happy because I feel like I’ve been recognized for all the hard work and time I’ve worked so hard. I would like to express my gratitude to Hyundai Energy Solution Co., Ltd. and GLC for supporting me. I wish to repay you with more efforts from now on. Even before I came to Korea, I became interested in corporations because I felt the influence of the Korean Wave directly in Singapore and Southeast Asian markets. I chose to major in international commerce because I felt the need for international relations and language while living in Korea. As I pursued my major, I became more interested in the ASEAN market and marketing field. I am currently a member of Yonsei University’s Foreign Students Association. When I first came to Korea, there were many unfamiliar things and it was hard to adapt, but I hope other foreign students don’t have this kind of experience. I think it is meaningful to solve difficulties that foreign students are experiencing and make college life more enjoyable through international student associations. Upon graduation, I want to get a job at a Korean company and work in the global market or marketing field. Using my English and Chinese skills, I want to overcome language barriers and communicate with large companies in major markets around the world such as the United States, China, and Southeast Asia as an employee of a Korean company.