EDITOR: Mathias CATA-CHITIGA
BRIEF INTERVIEW WITH OUR INTERNATIONAL
BACHELOR STUDENTS Tell us a little bit about yourself
In terms of hobbies, my favorite two are:
and your home country.
chess and tennis. I also enjoy occasionally going down to the paintball field if the
BISHAL: I am Bishal Bhushal from Nepal,
opportunity arises. However, I won’t bore
Mount Everest. After graduating my high
you with more details about my personal
school I was in a dilemma about what uni-
life. Toronto is a much more captivating
versity to choose. I searched the Internet
topic. Its main features are that it’s a very
and found various websites, but was fasci-
modern and culturally diverse city. The
nated by the quality of the education pro-
amount of activities to partake in is truly
vided by the Romanian-American Universi-
astonishing. Finding dishes from cuisines
ty. Furthermore, I decided to start building
all around the globe it’s a wonderful fea-
my career in this friendly environment.
ture of the downtown. Additionally, amusement parks (e.g. Canada’s Wonderland),
IRA: My name is Bessarab Irina. I was
massive malls and almost any paid service
born in Moldova. I’m a citizen of both
imaginable can be found in Toronto.
Moldova and Romania (this is due to some
historical facts common for these coun-
Did you already get familiar with
tries). I’m fluent in Russian, I also speak
the Romanian lifestyle?
English, Romanian and a little bit of Turkish as well. I love to travel and have
BISHAL: Mostly I got to know things about
been to about 15 countries including
Romania through the University, and I can
Spain, Egypt, UAE just to mention a few
tell you it seems great! I like the Romanian
and of course Romania.
lifestyle and the atmosphere here at RAU.
PETER: My name is Peter Pufan and I’ve
IRA: In fact, a few years ago Romania
lived in Toronto, Ontario for 14 years.
became my favorite country all over the
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world and I did everything possible in order