University Offers: Grad’21

University Offers: Grad’21

Uefa plans to study Business Management and Computer Science at UBC

Benyapa (Uefa) Benjasiriwan, University of British Columbia

Congratulations to Benyapa (Uefa) Benjasiriwan on her offers from the University of British Columbia Sauder School of Business, University of Toronto, University of Nottingham, University of Leeds, University of Surrey and Lancaster University. She plans on attending UBC to study Business and Computer Science.

“I’m hoping to attend UBC’s Sauder School of Business due to their flexibility in terms of course structure and the unique programmes they provide such as Combined Majors in Business and Computer Science, which I intend to partake in. Additionally, UBC’s friendly atmosphere and focus on student well-being will greatly help my transition into a new environment where I can be assured I am receiving high-quality education whilst also being part of an open-minded community.”

“My decision to apply to these universities relied heavily on their programmes and if it suited my interest of Computer Science, Business Management and also artificial intelligence. I also attended multiple webinars and virtual booths to learn more about faculties the campuses provided, work experience opportunities and more.”

“I plan on studying a combination of Business and Computer Science. Personally, I enjoy the versatility of computer science and how it can be applied to so many other fields through the use of hardware and software. Aside from that, I believe learning the inner-workings of a business such as financial accounts can be useful when applying it to real businesses and how they operate.”

In school I am a member of the Patana Robotics team, Model United Nations, Patana Animal Welfare Society, Thongbai Daycare and the Ruth Centre project. Out of school, I participate in tennis and dance classes.”

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