Mohammad Mashukul Islam comes from Bangladesh. He had heard many positive things about the programme and about Sweden from people who studied here earlier. After nine months of studies here, he thinks the programme is good and so is the support on Campus.
“The courses in the programme are very good and updated and, therefore, they are very suitable for international students. Our lecturers come from all over the world, and, for Asian students, the fact that some lecturers have experiences from our part of the world is a great advantage.
Mohammad wants to continue studying and he is particularly interested in the large emerging markets like India, China, and Bangladesh. However, eventually he wants to return home to make use of his knowledge.
“That part of world has great human resources and their markets are now growing rapidly. So, Bangladesh could be the best place to make use of my knowledge.
“I like the Swedes. They are slightly shy compared to people at home, but when I spend time with them, I find Swedes to be very polite and kind,” Mohammad Mashukul Islam says.