MEET ONE OF THE STUDENTS FROM CDV’S FIELD OF CREATIVE MANAGEMENT
What is your passion?
I can honestly say that horses are my whole life. This is my hobby, my lifestyle and my work. I was a competitive rider and now I am a judge and a trainer. My second passion is mechanical horses. I have a weakness for good, powerful cars. I have taken part in various drifting events, track day and car fan’s rallies. In addition, I combine these passions by taking photos, because for several years I have been capturing moments from behind the camera lens.
Why did you choose Creative Management?
This is a course that combines psychology, economics, law, and even acting. It gives me the opportunity to develop not only theoretical knowledge, but above all practical knowledge and soft skills, such as group work, project management or effective communication.
How do the studies help you realize your passions and life goals?
Thanks to the university, I am building my knowledge concerning running a business, managing people and broadly understood innovation, and this is a stable foundation on which I plan to build my future. I use the skills acquired during my studies while working with people during horse-riding lessons, which I run, and when promoting my services.
What would you like to do in the future?
I want to open my own equestrian facility at the highest level, and before this happens, gain more experience in managing a large corporation. This form of work provides great opportunities, not only financial, but above all, for constant development, and this is what I care about most.
What turns you on?
Knowledge! I'm crazy about constantly broadening my skills. In everything I do, I want to be the best. Perhaps being a perfectionist is a curse, but I love my perfectionism and I will be happy to fight to come out on top.
What do you like most about our university?
This is a place for people with passion who want to learn something new. The lecturers are people with positive energy, practitioners who show us what business looks like in the real world, based on their own experience. I have never met such friendly professors who talk to us as equals. There is no criticism, humiliation or showing that someone is better or worse.