In 2015, I decided it was time for a change, time to follow something that made me passionate. That is when I came across the University of Houston- Downtown and their International Business Program. I have always been fascinated by other cultures; their believes, routines, behavior, values, and ethics. I am also fascinated by international marketing, how when borders are opened and countries trade freely with one another it decreases hostility between them, and encourages peace and understanding. The International Business program at UHD was the perfect fit for me.
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