Guest blogger Written by

Hau Nguyen

If it isn’t now, then when?

It is never too late to become who you want to be, but sometimes it is not easy to make a decision to change! But I wondered… “If it isn’t now, then when”? I decided to quit my job and started reflecting about what I really wanted to do and be by the time I am 30. My ambition is to be an inspiring sports manager and I want to run a Sport Orientation Program for young students in South East countries. That is the reason why I choose to study MSc Sport Management at BU.

At the beginning, it wasn’t easy at all! I didn’t prepare well enough and had little time to ask for advice. But there was a strong will in my mind and I realised I could do it and cope with all the difficulties.

Finally, I got an offer and a scholarship! That was one of the most wonderful days of my life, and I knew then that I was landing a foot on the ladder of success.

I am currently preparing myself for my new journey at BU from next month. I know that I will have to cope with the cultural differences, but this is expected and all I can do now is be well prepared and open-minded.

By Hau Nguyen – Vietnam – MSc Sport Management