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Job satisfaction

I was lucky enough, along with my colleague, to be invited to the dinner which the students of the Media Relations master organised to celebrate the end of their master and, for many, the beginning of their careers. I had a great time, chatting, drinking and eating the night away. My erstwhile ex-students even managed to persuade me to pop into the club (Alcatraz) next to the restaurant (Bio Solaire) and boogie on down to a few tunes, something that I had not done in quite a while. I got home at around 2.30 in the morning. Good stuff.

The people that have done the various editions of this master have been a good bunch and have worked exceptionally well together. Both the English courses which we ran and the workshop which was held towards the end of the master seem to have gone down well. And I think I would be right in saying that many felt that they had made real progress, which indeed many did, due in very great part to their motivation and application throughout the courses and the workshop.

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When my students feel happy, I feel content too. In fact, this is possibly one of the best aspects of my job, even if it will never make me a millionaire.

All the best to all of you from the Media Relations master from me. Here’s to a sparking future. If you all continue to work as well as you have done, you deserve it. Oh, and many thanks for inviting me to the end of master bash – and many thanks for not allowing me to contribute anything towards the evening!

PS Many thanks to all those other master participants who have invited me to their dinners, too:)

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