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Interior Architecture-Foundation student
Hi, my name is Lujain Badreldin Bosila, an interior architecture student at Coventry University. I surmise that we all go through different transformations throughout our lives. These shifts are the result of changing inspirations, culture, interest, and most importantly, life experiences. Our art is merely brought to life and nurtured through these transformations.
Not only was foundation year arduous but also remarkable one because I got to learn the rudiments of each major and had the chance to experience what I learned throughout the year. For me, art is more than just a term; it is the thing I am most passionate about. Hence choosing the School of Design & Media made me use all my imagination as well as art skills in working with 3 different majors. Foundation year was a helpful year because it helped me to choose Interior Architecture rather than Graphic, as I realized after working with both majors that I express my feelings and enjoy working as Interior on the other side, Graphic I enjoy working on it too but I do not like using my laptop for a long period of time ,as I get bored and I do not feel that I am interacting with my work well since I mostly like using my hand more.
I really enjoyed every moment in foundation year and got to understand each major well. The most dominant aspect I learned from Foundation year is time management as it is the key to keep up with your deadlines So, you have to take care to finish all your work by time and focus to work smarter not harder. As John C. Maxwell said, “Time management is an oxymoron. Time is beyond our control, and the clock keeps ticking regardless of how we lead our lives. Priority management is the answer to maximizing the time we have.”
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