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Adult education is not always regarded as relevant as general education and continuing education is just recently becoming essential. Most students were drawn to the program because of its focus on adults and their journey in education long after finishing school, be it in a university setting, with refugees, with migrants, with senior citizens, with community work, with in-service training, etc. Adult education is a vast area. There was a lot of practical experience among students before joining the program in various facets of the field, but they noted a lack of theoretical and strategic framework — the bigger picture, as a student from the UK pointed out.
She was already a long experienced social change advocate based on hands-on practice and this program was exactly what she needed to combine practice and theory. In addition, important draws were also the highly international setting of the program and a heavy emphasis on internships and practical knowledge in various adult education establishments in the program countries, which, for example, also include UNESCO.
But the possibility to become more socially aware on a personal level and deepen and widen their already extensive experience in the field of education, were none the less important factors as a student from Bangladesh and a student from Honduras added. As something practical and fun, it was pointed out by a student from Greece, that apparently the application process was easy and flexible as well, which contributed to her applying. A student from Columbia learned what it is like to really learn globally and also learn about herself — who she is as an educator, what are her limits, how adaptable she is, what it is like to hear and accept so many different perspectives from your fellow students from around the world, whose views are incredibly diverse to your own on the exact same topics.
The transformation in herself and all the facets about herself that surprised her were one of the benefits for her.
Breaking global myths was something the student from Honduras pointed out. You have an idea in your head on how some things should be and are in your country, but having the privilege to hear various perspectives from course mates and program staff, challenges you to think differently, to think in broader terms and consider all options, not only from your own views.