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Q&A Interview with an MBA Graduate

06/15/2017

Daniel Kahn

Daniel Kahn is a 2017 MBA graduate who had arrived to study at Roosevelt University from Pakistan. In this Q&A interview he talks about his experience studying in Chicago and living in Wabash Building, as well as why he decided to study abroad and what he likes the most about the university.

Question (Q): How did you decide to study in America?

Daniel (D): International degree as well as the stamp of coming to the United States and having an American degree is a very big label to have anywhere in the world. That is why I chose to come here.

Q: Why did you choose to study at Roosevelt?

D: I chose Roosevelt University because of its rich legacy as well as the fact that it was in Chicago. There is always something exciting happening on campus or something happening within a close proximity in Chicago.

Q: What was the most striking thing when you first arrived to Chicago?

D: I came straight to Roosevelt from the airport, and I really needed a lot of assistance. Everybody was extremely friendly and helpful. There is a sense of family at Roosevelt and everyone seems very familiar. You would find it hard not to make friends.

Q: What was your experience like while studying and living in Chicago?

D: I lived in Wabash Building, and it was truly an amazing experience. I made new friends there, and the view is breathtaking!

Q: What do you like the most about Roosevelt University?

D: It is a very teacher-driven school. By sitting in one classroom with a lot of people from different countries, you learn a lot more. It is not just about the courses and the syllabus, it is also about experiencing these different nationalities and people. It really helps you learn and gives you a lot of exposure.

Q: How are you feeling now as a graduate student?

D: My parents are very proud that I graduated from Roosevelt. I studied in the MBA program with a major in Management and graduated with a 3.55 GPA. It feels good to graduate and be done with my degree, but it is also sad that I will no longer be a part of Roosevelt as a student anymore.