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Fourth question: i worked as an intern in logistics company for two months and in a pc radiator company for nearly a year

Please describe your interest in Medill’s Integrated Marketing Communications program. Be sure to address the following questions:
1.If you had to explain to someone what Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) means, how would you describe it?
2.What experiences in your life have led you to pursue an IMC degree? What is it about Medill’s IMC graduate program that particularly attracts you? How will this program help you to achieve your future professional goals?
3.How will your background, identity and professional experiences help you co-create an inclusive and enriching learning experience with your classmates and faculty in the IMC program?
4.Describe one setback you faced in your professional life (for example, in a job or class). How did you respond and what did you learn from the experience?
The first and second questions need to be answered with reference to the school website( )
In response to the second question, my future career goals are likely to be work in the private sector or entrepreneurship. You can also write other future goals if you find these two are difficult to write.
Third question, my undergraduate major is econ,
Fourth question: I worked as an intern in Logistics company for two months and in a PC radiator company for nearly a year
Here are some details about me:
Although I was born in Taiwan, I spent the majority of my childhood in China, and at the age of 15 I went to the United States to study. (This may help answer the third question.)
Gpa:top 20%
Gre: Nearly full score
logistics company internship content: Engaged in discussion and optimization of data-driven finance policy considering benefits, efficiency and market prospect
Analyzed the market demand and strategy for KA department based on data analysis.
Pc radiator company internship content: Assisted the business and sales manager analyzing PC radiator sales data with R and adjusting sales strategy