Lisa Nqala

The blog is about being optimistic and being happy with what you have already achieved.

Friday, 15 November 2019

My journey to the 30th Birthday (Part 6)

Masters internal Auditing 2016

I applied for Masters in Internal Auditing in 2016, I had to write a research proposal and submit it to my department and I had to register only if my proposal gets accepted. I struggled and it was so stressful because I had to wait for three months for the research proposal feedback before I register. It was hectic and I was vulnerable, I had to encourage myself. I told myself that it was a risk worth taking. I knew deep down in my heart that this is what I wanted and there is no turning back. I had to finish my proposal and make sure that it’s properly done and it gets accepted. I got the feedback and I was accepted for Masters in internal auditing. I had to register, still, I had an outstanding fees for my BTech, and I had to take another loan at least at that time I was permanently employed so I took it under my name. 

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