It has been a very wonderful learning experience to participate in the Future Journalist Programme (FJP) , however, I guess even the good things have to come to an end. As usual, life takes me back to the busy and routine academic lifestyle, not to mention the intense load of assignments awaiting me. I am actually asking myself why I don't seem to be pleased with the fact that I going back home to this academic lifestyle, because this programme itself was academic. I guess it is because it was academic in a more relaxed way and actually made me understand the importance of studying, especially towards a career in journalism.
Nevertheless, as relaxed as this programme was, it is a good thing that I am going back to home to share all the experiences and to use the knowledge that I have gained in my assignments at school. I am fully aware that my family and educators are waiting to see how this programme has contributed in my studies and I am eager to show them how much I have learnt within a couple of days. My objective is to appreciate Sim and Moagisi for compiling such an outstanding and intellectual programme by utilising the knowledge they have ingrained in me within my studies.