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Expectations, hopes, fears
I expect to get well introduced into economic domain, considering that I’ve never had to deal with it before.
I expect to develop my knowledge and my skills in order to use them well later on.
I expect that my background studies won’t affect my performance in here, like the fact that I didn’t study maths.
Whatever happens, happens, I’ll do my best and I will reach each and everyone of my goals.
My expectation are to learn how to manage any situation in the business/leadership area, and make me think like an economist.
I think that I would get bored in class and I hope this doesn’t happen.
I think I can be successful if I pay attention to the classes.
The English [later edit: and management] is one of the most important thing on the way of being happy and successful, because I love travelling, meeting different type of people and culture.
I expect from [this subject] to teach me how to manage things in life, not only on a professional plan but on a social plan too.
I expect from management to be an interactive and organized matter.
To find out about the basics of management and to learn practical things that can be applied in real life, not only the theoretical ones.
I believe that at the end of this course, we will develop managerial aptitudes that will be useful for our future careers.
Discover new aspects of our personality that we did not know about.
To learn as much as possible about this subject in order to understand different topics in the world.
I am expecting to be able to use as much information presented during the classes as possible later on.
I’m expecting different activities that will make us interact more with each other.
I think that we should learn the fundamental concepts of management and become ready for a career in this field.
To come up with great ideas.
To know what a good leader is really like.
To learn about different theories and experiments.
To learn how to “sell” myself (I mean how to make myself more interesting).
To be honest, I really want to study and learn as much as possible.
I expect some pleasant, fluid and fun classes where the work and pleasure meat.
To learn English and Romanian languages.
Quality seminars and lectures.
Everything explained in English and every compulsory reading should be available in English.
My expectation was that we will stay on our places and we will write a lot and the professor will be pretty bad with us.
Not so hard lectures.
Activities during classes.
I expect to receive enough information concerning Management in order to form a good base of knowledge.
I expect to meet and be inspired during the classes by friendly, cheerful, open-minded and very good informal professors.
I expect to be part of an interactive, talkative group of people, something that I missed during my last 3 university years.
I expect to be “persuaded” to enjoy the time in this new environment also by other people (colleagues, professors), not only by my willingness to learn, grow and make connections.
I expect to be taught about management in a way that I will not get scared if I don’t understand a topic.
I expect to have group projects.
Learn how to be a manager.
What it means to be a manager and also learn how a manager acts in 2017.
And learn about emotional intelligence.
I have the expectation to learn a lot of useful things, that will help me achieve my goal of becoming a top economist.
We should learn interesting things regarding the management domain in a relaxed and friendly environment, where everyone is accepted and welcome.
I expect to enjoy attending the management classes and lectures.
Learn management skills.
Be a better person.
I think I should learn productive skills to become a successful manager.
Basic management learning, and some skills to achieve my goals.
Not just the theory, but also the application to learn.
Have fun, like in the first seminar. For me it was more a training, than a usual seminar.
To understand everything from the P.O.L.C., and in relationship with management.
I think I should know a lot from the managerial area, not only theoretical problems, but also practical ones.
I should know how to solve a problem my thinking outside of the box.
I also would expect to know how to treat people properly, no matter the social scale they are on.
To be hones, I don’t know too much about management and I really expect to learn a lot of useful things that would help me develop a good career and get a good job (if possible).
Be able to pass all my exams.
Study hard enough.
My biggest fear is that I am not going to be passionate about my work, and I won’t find the right place to settle down.
I think that we should know each other, me and my class mates, in a group with 2 or 3 persons.
I think that it’s a very good teaching method.
“Expect nothing, enjoy everything”. I’m trying to make my life a dream-come-true over this quote, because I think that deep in your soul, in your subconscious mind, you already know what you wanna do and what that action leads to. Focusing more on the enjoyment of the activity than on the results is making you a lot more efficient and so the result you wanna see is more likely to happen.
I think we should be comfortable with the teachers/professors and not to be afraid of them or of telling them if we have a problem.
I think we don’t fall asleep on the MG classes.
We don’t get bored.
We can focus on each other, pay attention to our class-mates.
I hope I’ll be able to change my personality a little bit and be able to communicate more with people out of my friends circle.
I hope I’ll be able to find the will of getting involved in anything that might be useful for me.
If I want something, I’ll have it. There’s no room for “I do not expect, but I would like.”
I would like to do more practice exercises because that’s how you learn better.
If this exercise would be implemented more in the future classes. For ex.: to talk more about a subject in class with our colleagues.
My English is not perfect, but I would like to learn it. I understand everything, but I can’t talk a lot.
I would like to play more “games” like we did at the course presentation because I believe that those games will help many of us to deal with different and real situations from outside the university. Also, I think that “games” and this kind of projects will help us by knowing each other better and making friendships!
I hope that the professors will not teach us things that are purely theoretical and will not benefit us in real life, or outdated matters,
but instead they will emphasize on issues that will later help us in our careers.
I hope that at the end of this course I will feel more comfortable with speaking in front of other students and not being embarrassed or stressed about saying something wrong.
To be mostly interactive classes.
I would like to do more exercises on real life (to learn how to put in practice things that we have learnt so far).
I hope that this subject will be easy enough not to pull my hair out while studying it.
I would like to make myself noticed more.
I hope that during lectures and seminars the general atmosphere will be relaxed, the professors will teach us using an interesting method and that will be at least a little bit funny (as it was at our first meeting).
To learn how to become a leader.
To learn how to move out from my comfort zone.
To get better in public speaking.
A lot of my hopes already happened, the teachers so far are as cool and professional as possible.
To be a leader.
To be a manager.
To improve my skills.
To be a part of a friendly and open-minded community on the classes.
I hope that the professors will be different from the teachers we had in school, in a sens that they would understand more of our needs and problems and teach us valuable information, unlike high school teachers.
It was really fun! I didn’t expect that we will play some games taht will help us to know each other. The coolest professor [Irina Salanță] I’ve ever seen!
Getting answers for questions.
That others help me. That I could help others.
Pass all the exams with good (high) grades.
Kind of the same hopes as the expectations.
I would like to step out of my comfort zone and be able to communicate with anyone regardless if I know them or not.
I would like to be able to tell my opinion without the fear of being rejected.
How to read people and know how they feel, and upon this information, know how to act to improve morale and leading.
I hope that one day I’ll become a top economist.
I would like that from now on all the seminars will be this fun.
I hope I’ll be responsible and keep up the good work.
I hope that we will engage in different types of activities and/or projects, while still learning what we must in order to succeed in life.
We will get to know each other and learn about each person’s greatest abilities and hopefully enhance them.
I would like the atmosphere to be fine, and relaxing.
The same communication with the professor and the students just like today.
Focusing on the leading.
Better communication in our group, by exercises.
PASSING THE EXAM!
I would like to know all my skills and abilities and also how can I make use of them in different situations.
I also hope to have a strong connection with the colleagues and the professors.
I do not expect the professors to have a lot of patience with us and explain the things we don’t understand over and over again, but I would really like it.
Do a bus while studying. [???]
Be able to develop some practical skills.
I hope that I will have lots of fun at the management classes, and that we will learn a lot of useful things.
In the future I want to look back and say: “It was worth it.”
I would like to learn management and I hope that I can be very good at it.
My hopes are to have a stable home, a family and to also afford having fun on the more expensive activities. I know I’m not the center of the universe, but I think that the good things should happen to me, because I don’t have an evil purpose on any of my goals, so, yeah 🙂
I would like to spend my courses without feeling stressed or feeling the urge to be the best.
To get always grade 10 🙂
Teachers like me.
To get more written exercises that spoken.
I am afraid of failing, afraid of just staying in front of someone, unable to interact with them.
I am afraid of being asked something when I am not ready to answer and just end up in an awkward situation.
I fear stupidity.
I fear that no matter how hard I try, people will still be brainwashed.
My big fear is to not graduate.
I don’t have any fears.
I wanna talk but I’m afraid. Too much thinking on grammar.
I fear of hard finals.
To be given large amounts of information to memorize for exams, instead of logical topics.
My biggest fear is not understanding this subject and fail my final exam.
Also, to realise that this didn’t prove to be as useful as I thought.
I’m afraid of not understanding how to prepare for classes/courses.
I am not feeling comfortable about the idea of being asked for questions and not knowing what to respond.
Afraid that I will not communicate, express myself, stand out during lectures or seminars as much as I would like to.
I’m afraid that the business language might be challenging and it might be an impediment for my understanding.
I ma afraid that I will not understand something and I will be ashamed or scared to ask the professor.
I am also afraid that some matters will be boring so I will not show interest, despite the fact that they might be important.
I fear that I won’t be able to move out from my comfort zone and participate in class.
I fear that I won’t be able to answer questions.
The high school taught us to fear grades, so that is one of my biggest fears.
Being unable to understand lectures.
Failing the exam.
My fears are too personal and loosely linked to minority.
About speak in public.
Don’t understand something.
Don’t understand something.
If I don’t know how to ask a question.
I am afraid of the possibility of discovering that economical studies do not suit me.
Presentations on your own.
That we won’t do anymore exercises that teach us how hard it is to organize people.
That we will do 99% theory and 1% practical learning.
I only have one fear, and that would be that there will be some chapters hard to understand.
I fear that this will all end too soon.
I fear that despite the friendly environment in class, my mind would still end up making me feel stressed during the exams.
Difficulty of exam.
I don’t have fears, because I think it’s a negative feeling, and I used to ignore them.
I fear that I would not understand some words, theories or even concepts.
I also fear that I might not be as open minded as this program recalls.
I was always scared to fail, event if it’s about an exam or activity (even though that I know that I could learn a lot from my mistakes).
I was also scarred of speaking in front of people (and I’m still a bit scared), because I think they would judge me (this is a thing that I would really like to change).
Fail an exam.
Not be able to attend all seminars.
My expectations are down to Earth. I am not expecting huge revelations, but I want to find a place where I can learn and develop my skills.
It mostly depends on me.
My fear is that I don’t make a lot of friends.
My only fear is connected to the time. Sometimes I get the feel that I’m spending days without reaching my full capacity. I just don’t wanna get old and have regrets.
I don’t like to talk much.
I don’t want to do a lot of homework.
I don’t want to respond alone in front of the whole class.
To be late from the classes, courses. [???]
Hearing our classmates’ lough about my wrong answer.