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My College - a Microcosm of the Multi-Cultural World

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MALVERN COLLEGE -- A microcosm of the multi-cultural world Malvern College, as a 'global village' that we live in, provides us with a multi-cultural community which opens us up to experience that those who study in a local school will never have. For the foreign pupils, there is no doubt that when they study in a foreign country, with its different language and culture, this can be a frustrating and sometimes painful experience. But while overseas study has its drawbacks, the difficulties are far outweighed by the advantages. Indeed, people who go abroad for study will be more desirable in their job market. ...read more.


For instance, a friend of mine is doing perfectly well in his job in Japan, just because he had been in England for 5 years and his English is brilliant compared with other Japanese professionals. Once beyond the initial shock of being in a new culture, the overseas student slowly begins to get a meaningful understanding of the host society. The learning of different ways of human nature will be generally more used to competing with others and will find it easier to adapt to modern society, which is full of competition when they grow up. For the English people who study in Malvern College, they will encounter many others from overseas and it is possible to make friends from all around the world. ...read more.


Plenty of different cultures flood into our lives. Therefore the knowledge of multiple cultures is necessary and geared to the social demands. Conversely, if a student has little knowledge of other country's culture, he will lag behind the times. These days there is a growing tendency of economic internationalisation that all over the world. Hence the understanding of multi-culturalism will give young people the concept of how to communicate with people from other nationals. In general, as living in Malvern College is like being in a multi-cultural world, we have the opportunity of increasing our communication skills and social values. A student's ability cannot be solely determined by his or her educational background, but also by the social skills acquired. Our school offers the best in terms of education. We are lucky, because we live in Malvern College. ...read more.

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