What’s interesting about college life in Odisee was on the first year you tend to feel overwhelmed by the amount of work you need to put in. Professors will constantly keep you on your toes keeping you busy with papers, reviews, and analysis. This can often lead to students disliking going to class or even the teachers. But by the 2nd year everything relaxes, they assign you to groups and expect you to operate more independently. I realised then that the school sets you up for success not by giving you materials and exams you need to pass, but by training you and giving you the mindset needed to understand problems and forming creative efficient solutions.
Life on campus gives a sense of freedom. Instead of a direct line to graduation, you’re given multiple options on how you want to go about your studies so you can choose the way that fulfils you as a future entrepreneur. That’s the key difference that makes Odisee exceptional, they teach you to be entrepreneurs, not just employees.