WISDOM braces students with Robert Gordon UniversityView(s):
Akeel Mohammed is currently a Robert Gordon University student doing the degree programme BA Accounting in this university and has completed the first semester, in the final year of this degree. Currently a TOPCIMA (T4) student, who wishes to obtain a degree and proceed to do his MBA.
‘I would like to pursue a Ph.D. while progressing in professional qualifications, enhancing my working skills by work experience to hone my knowledge, skills and abilities to improve my talents in the corporate world. Joining a multinational organization at a very young age is my forte. I would also like to establish my own business.’
‘I was glad to study under the best lecture panel at wisdom both for CIMA and the RGU degree program. It gave me vast knowledge throughout my career in wisdom. The interactive lecturers who provide a lot of individual support are passionate in their job and are highly knowledgeable. The interactive classes have given me a huge opportunity to become an achiever. The knowledge and writing skill which I gained through the RGU program too contributed towards being a prize winner. A mix of academic and professional knowledge offers the students a totally balanced personality. The key to success is planning and hard work. Students should focus on their studies and with regard to CIMA at Wisdom, regular attendance is very important.’
‘Wisdom is the best place for your higher education. A well trained committed lecture panel and a good atmosphere enables student to have a greater focus on their targets.Wisdom also provides a golden opportunity for those who get stuck in the strategic level of CIMA where they can complete their higher education with RGU degree program. Further the curriculum provided by RGU helps to gain immense knowledge in the field of accounting. The disciplinary environment at Wisdom too contributes a lot to the development and well-being of the students.’
‘My parents S.T.K. Muhemmed and SithySaleema K. Muhemmedfrom Akkaraipattuhave been a stepping stone in my career build-up. They facilitate me with the right education. My dad is my mentor. He supported me throughout my studies. His keen attention on my studies helped me to achieve a world prize at the age of 16. He is my role model I choose to approach. He taught me discipline, proper behavior, punctuality and good manners apart from studies. These enabled me to be a young achiever.’
Akeel is a product of St Josephs College, Maradana from grade 1 to grade 10, later joined Bond International School in 2010 and completed Edexcel IGCSE O/L in 5 months, proceeded to do his Cambridge A/Levels in Lyceum International School, Nugegoda along with CIMA when he was just 14years old.comments powered by Disqus