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Old Man also wants to get an academic degree

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AleksejfromBerlin
7/24/2019 04:24 EST

I'm 48 years old and probably slightly above the average of the EXPAT community.
Nevertheless, I am writing my MBA Master Thesis at the Berlin School Of Creative Leadership! Almost 20 years after my first attempt when I left university with a lot of inspiration but no degree.
However, the world is so exiting, fascinating, and beautiful, so I gave myself a second chance.
I am of Russian-German descent and now work in a creative profession in the US and the Philippines.
As many of you may have experienced, cultural differences have challenged me more than I expected.
Ergo: I made “relevance of personal traits in the trans-cultural environment” to my research topic, exploring the primal world beliefs of working EXPAT´s, so to say trying to get more insides about the "EXPAT gene".
Please be so kind as to help me answer my survey so that I will soon be wiser and on the other hand my children will finally have a university graduate as a father ??.
It really only takes 3 minutes. Kindly give me your valuable time.
https://www.surveymonkey.de/r/BJFGHB8

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