From a very early age, I have constantly been fascinated with the way the world works. Right now, the most important words that highlight the state of things that are taking place in the world are change, evolution, and the speed at which these events take place. To counter such actions, it is necessary to have the competence to understand them, to quickly adapt, to be involved, and finally, to actually be the change. At the core of these lies the most important thing of all, which is education. Even though a controversial figure, Malcom X once said these important words: “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today”. It is education that distinguishes and separates leaders from followers; it is education that sets apart original thinkers from people that are just taking part in a karaoke contest. Growing up in multicultural family has resulted in me knowing English, Hungarian and being intermediate in French. University has given me the opportunity to see the differences between theory and practice; it has made me acknowledge the importance of managing your time efficiently, prioritizing tasks and to always put emphasis on being informed. I have learned the importance of creativity in today’s world. Most importantly, I have learned how to quickly react in uncertain situations and to acknowledge, accept and improve my weaknesses, so as always to be prepared for the unexpected. Thinking creatively is what sets me apart from the other and I confident that I can always deliver.