Friday, June 27, 2008

Next steps, next dreams...

I am back in Estonia since couple of days ago. My one-year-long journey to Kazakhstan has ended for now.
It is great to be back home, to see my family, my friends, my hometown.
What next?
Realizing next dreams!
In two days I am having a welcome party with my AIESEC Estonia friends in Tallinn. I am really looking forward to see them all.
In five days I am going to travel around Estonia and Latvia with one person dear to me for almost two weeks. That will be like one long beautiful dream.
In three weeks I am going to deliver training for young people who came to Estonia as volunteers - will try to impact their world-view and their understanding of Estonia. I love to do it every time I can.
In four weeks I am going back to Split, the most beautiful city I have ever been to! I was waiting for 2,5 years for this moment - to see all my old friends, to recall all nice memories, to do the things I have not managed to do there last time. Just couple of hours ago I got to know that I was selected as a chair of International Summer Program in Split, which AIESEC Split is organising. They invited me there. Another dream is coming true :)
I will take a short break after that and then - back to Oslo! The next long journey is going to start. I got accepted to Master studies in BI Norwegian School of Management, which is one of the best business-schools in Northern Europe. I am going to study Innovation and Entrepreneurship, a very exciting subject.
It was my goal since 1,5 years ago - to go to study in Master programme in business-related subject in some very good school. I am realizing my goals again :)
The world is beautiful. And I am capitalizing on its beauty as much as I can ;)

3 comments:

Andrej said...

Congratulations! That's some great news. When are you starting in Oslo? And is it for one or two years? I hope it'll be as much fun as ISS:-)

Deniss Rutšeikov said...

Hey Andrey! Thank you for congratulations! I am going there in the middle of August and the programme lasts for two years.

I am sure it will be as much fun as ISS. Btw, I have a plan to organize ISS re-union in Oslo. I will kepp you updated about it :)

Andrej said...

The ISS reunion is a great idea! I'll be taking a semester off (roughly January-August 2009) mostly to travel around Asia, but I also plan to spend some time in Europe during that period. If you're going to launch a barbecue party in the Viegeland Sculpture Park next year, count me in:-) It'd be really nice to see the old ISS friends once again.

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