“What shape is the sky?” the young frog asked.
“It is round, don’t you see it?” said the old frog.
“Yes, I see. But if I jump out of this well, what shape is the sky?” wondered the young frog.
It is a metaphor to demonstrate my desire to have personal growth through education abroad. I could get out of my comfort zone, think out of the box, and see how developed the dental field in the world is.
I visited Tartu, “kauneim linn Eestis”, last year for 3 months. That visit was immersed with joy, surprise, and satisfaction. I developed a sentimental attachment to my lovely Estonian friends, special love with this fresh and peaceful city, and enthusiasm to discover further about this place. Tartu is a dynamic city moving in a calm pace.
It is true that once you fall in love with Tartu, you will return. I decided to further my education at the University of Tartu, which is among the top 3% of the most prestigious universities in the world. I love to challenge myself at an internationally recognized university to keep my mind and my eyes wide open. More importantly, I have full financial support for my study and encouragement to undertake research in Vietnam from my supervisor. I am enthusiastic about witnessing and contributing to the transformation of the University of Tartu and research development in my own country.
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