INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS INTERVIEW RR
Making the decision to attend a Univer-
can be quite the nerve wrecking one, but it
sity in a country far away from your own
seems that our international students here at RAU have been able to adapt quite well. Take a look at what they have to say! Tell us a little bit about yourself and
the country which you are from.
How was your transition to life in
Romania? Do you feel that you
Thomas: My name is Thomas Tyson
have become accustomed to the
and I am from the United States of Amer-
life here so far?
ica. I decided to attend a University in
Thomas: Transitioning to life in Roma-
Romania because I wanted to take an
nia has been very smooth for me, for
adventure for college.
which I have to credit to all the great
Beyza: My name is Beyza Orazova.
people I have met who are more than
I am 18 years old and I am from Turk-
willing to help me whenever a problem
Mahmoud: My name is Mahmoud El
Beyza: I arrived in Bucharest around
Masri and I am from Beirut, Lebanon, but
two months ago, but I feel as though I
I also have Romanian citizenship. I am
have been living here for the past two to
that kind of person who likes to work in
three years, at least. Accommodating to
groups and be social with those around
life in Romania has been very easy for
me. I love traveling and can become
me and I can confidently say that Roma-
quickly accustomed to any place I go to.
nia has become a second home to me.
Rebecca: My name is Rebecca Geor-
Mahmoud: My transition to Romania
gescu and I am from Australia. I enjoy
was easy, mostly because I know how
reading, writing and both playing and
to speak Romanian. One issue I strug-
gled with was communicating with oth-
ers in English, but after the time I have EdiČ›ia 38 | Decembrie 2014
Published on Dec 4, 2014
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