I am applying forthe opportunity of studying economics in your institution’sEconomics Undergraduate Program because I have always been interestedin current events around the world including economical trends,businesses, and startups. I am interested in how societies andindividuals utilize available resources at individual and collectivelevels. I come from a society where wellbeing, wealth, and havingthe ability of affording goods and services are highly revered. Iunderstand that studying economics will help me get a further insightin how economics works around the world both at the microeconomic andmacroeconomic levels. Through analyzing the current trends, I havenoted how poverty adversely affects some regions while some countrieshave abundant resources enabling their communities to livecomfortably.
I am interested inidentifying why economic inequalities exist both at the microeconomiclevels and at macroeconomic levels. Gaining this understanding willhelp me to understand how government policies and individualpractices contribute to wealth or poverty in some regions. Forinstance, when western countries have abundant resources, it isimportant to note that many African and Asian countries face direpoverty. The other reason I am interested in the economics program isthe need to understand how poverty affects other aspects of life suchas health, household income, and education. This will incorporate howgovernment policies affect taxes, interest rates, unemployment, andgovernment spending and how this eventually affects the society(Roach 75).
My career objectiveis to work in an organization and at a capacity that willeconomically empower people from around the world in differentcapacities. I believe that your institution will offer me the needededucation, resources, and tools that will enlighten me on the fieldof economics to fulfill my career dream. Your historical record ofaccomplishment has convinced me that you are the right institution.
Roach, Travis. "Student perceptions toward flipped learning: Newmethods to increase interaction and active learning in economics."International Review of Economics Education 17 (2014): 74-84.
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