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My ultimate goal was always to study hard and be a professional, so wasting time was never an option for me. While I was working on my BSc degree in nursing, I worked at the Children’s Cancer Hospital in Egypt, 57357. I am grateful for feeling that I've always excelled among my colleagues, whether at college or during my two mandatory internship years and two jobs; I always felt appreciated. The reason was GTNI’s international curriculum, the great academic staff who taught me, and the continuous support I was always given. I feel lucky to be one of the first students to ever enroll at GTNI.
The way of teaching was very different from what I have always known. Most academic staff were foreigners, and the curriculum was fully taught in English,<br/>which meant we had to work hard to overcome the language barrier and stand out. Seeing how GTNI cared about every single aspect of our lives, made me feel incredibly blessed; they took our defects and improved them, turning them into<br/>strengths. What I learned at GTNI was enough to make me stand out and get me promoted to a charge nurse after two years of my employment at the Children’s Cancer Hospital in Egypt.