"When I started the MPP back in September I had never heard of Social Entrepreneurship. Fast forward nine months, and I have come out with a place on a social enterprise development programme, back home in Ireland.
This is thanks to our wonderful, critical and impassioned lecturers. In tutorials they would constantly make connections between the real-world problems of our thesis topics and the content we were learning. It was engaging, and allowed us to channel the topics of our dissertations through our assignments all the way to solution design. The course shifted our mindsets via real-world interdisciplinary approaches.
As students, we progressed academically but also became more constructively critical, more creative and more capable – at a time of great uncertainty. For that, all credit is due to everyone who made Social Entrepreneurship and Public Policy a reality."
I hope to connect the world in a better way
Human development is one of the most important drivers of migration, something I experienced in my own life.