I graduated from Faculty of Culture and Media at John Naisbitt University My major was Public Relations After four years I have spent at this faculty I can see its positive and negative aspects The best thing is that you can easily gain practical knowledge through different internships that faculty [...]
Back then (in my student days) John Naisbitt University was Megatrend University. I graduated from Faculty of business studies and as years were passing by I realized that quality of lectures, seminars and exams significantly dropped off, to the point where I was aware that it is going to be really difficult to continue with a career. Nowadays employers skip most of CVs with John Naisbitt graduates because they know that quality of their knowledge is weak and working habits are bad. For instance, 8 out of 10 John Naisbitt graduates, including myself got their internship/job because of their relatives, cousins or even friends with influence. Unfortunately, this is the way things are going in Serbia.
I would highly recommend for fresh students to skip John Naisbitt University because private universities in Serbia are not being controlled by the government and their goal is just to “produce” graduates. However, faculties of the Belgrade University and the University of Novi Sad give really strong basis to graduates and employers around the world know that these students got their marks by hard work and commitment.
I graduated from Faculty of Culture and Media at John Naisbitt University. My major was Public Relations. After four years I have spent at this faculty I can see its positive and negative aspects. The best thing is that you can easily gain practical knowledge through different internships that faculty organizes in cooperation with a great number of companies. Lectures and seminars can be both interesting and boring, it depends on the professor. I think a negative side can be a lack of interest of some professors, so because of that, you won’t learn a lot with them. Also, some subjects are completely unnecessary.
At the end, if you put an effort in studies and particularly in gaining practical knowledge of what you have the help you need at university, you’ll be more than happy with the outcome at the end of studies.
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