I have just submitted my last essay for my last course in my Masters in Public Health by correspondence. As long as I pass this essay, I will have completed all the units and I will qualify for graduation. It has been very difficult to juggle everything over here, and not having constant assessments hanging over my head will be a great relief.
I am very thankful that Adrian encouraged me to enroll in this course back in 2007. This extra qualification was enough to land me my current job as a clinical epidemiologist. Having a job that I enjoy makes all those essays and exams feel worthwhile.
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I noticed a strange feeling of freedom this weekend. Then I realised what what behind it – a few days ago I submitted my last assignment for my second-last unit of my Masters of Public Health correspondence degree. Ever since we arrived in Belgium I have been spending quite a lot of my time working through the “Clinical Biostatistics” unit, but last Monday I submitted my very last assignment. Next semester I will complete the course with the compulsory “Social Perspectives in Population Health”, and then I am all done. I can see the end.
Of course, I also start French classes in September…
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