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I applied for a program called BUiLD at university.
Actually, I did not know if international students could apply or not
and I did not manage my time well, but I tried.
I did not spend a lot of time to thinking about my opinion,
but I would like to share it here.

BUiLD is an exciting and dynamic international leadership program, open to all students.
The program provides opportunities for you to make the most of your time at university,
develop your leadership potential and take part in a range of local and international activities.

Here is my application form:

I would like to join BUiLD because I seek a chance to experience
more than the academic curriculum of my degree.

I am currently studying for a Master's degree in TESOL as an international student,
but I am anxious to enrich my experience while I will only be here for a year.
After graduation, I will go back to Japan to be a teacher at a high school
so this experience will help by improving my leadership skills and responsibilities,
and expanding my experience and knowledge.
The reason why I feel that way is because Japan is a homogeneous country,
and young Japanese people tend to be conservative
and tend to be satisfied with their daily lives just staying and working in Japan.
I try to educate capable people who will go on to have global careers
to make them broaden their horizons
and turn their eyes to the world and its problems as well.

I need to have some experience in this field first to let others know the fact in the world
so I am eager to participate in a variety of seminars and programs on some global issues
which expand my horizons.
I also am trying to build up networks with other students
and professionals from different backgrounds.
These activities are very beneficial for not only myself but my future education.

For these reasons, I would like to apply for BUiLD.

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. giddy (in a newspaper)
= having or causing a sensation of whirling and a tendency to fall or stagger; dizzy
2. dutch (in a newspaper)
= one's wife
3. porpoise (in a newspaper)
= a sea animal that looks like a large fish with a pointed mouth

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