'I like the programme of Environmental Society studies, especially the lectures that have been given to us throughout the courses. I enjoyed listening to the professional experience of the teachers that can be useful in the nearest future. Although I faced challenges, especially when it comes to the level of independency. My previous university was rather supervising, here I feel more freedom, but also responsibility.
I really enjoyed the atmosphere in class, I found plenty of like-minded people, with whom we are still in touch. Teachers were all professionals, nevertheless, they were always able to answer the questions, if I had any.
In this Master's programme, a lot of assignments involve only a brief description, therefore, you mostly have to choose a topic and work on your own, even though the task is not always clear or concrete. Most of them were in groups as well, so sometimes it led to plenty of wasted time to make adjustments considering all the viewpoints.
Currently, I am doing an internship in RU Green Office, I am writing a thesis on how to increase biodiversity on campus. I am really grateful for this opportunity, and my supervisors are really flexible about my schedule and the direction of the research I want to choose.
I believe sustainability is the priority direction for almost all the establishments at this point, therefore, these kinds of specialists are in need right now. I would really like to try to work in this field, maybe I will look for something less theoretical and more practical to implement my knowledge.'