I have known what I wanted to do with my life for as long as I can remember I have known what I wanted to do with my life. Dentistry has always been a passion of mine. Dedicating my life to improving the lives of others is very appealing to me. If I was awarded the government scholarship, I plan to study at the University of Otago, New Zealand, to become a dentist. I believe this program will offer me valuable skills that cannot be taught in the classroom.
My personal interest in the dentistry is rooted in my desire to be involved in the improvement of other people’s health, being responsible for carrying out measures for protecting public health, including diagnosing oral diseases, promoting oral health and disease prevention, and creating treatment plans to maintain or restore the oral health of the patients. I wish to become more knowledgeable in the various topics pertaining to health care, and to possess the means to explore my fullest potential through a meaningful career.
I believe that studying the differences between the New Zealand and Brunei Darussalam health care systems would benefit me a great deal in the future. It would be a valuable opportunity for me to contribute to the dentistry community in Brunei with the financial assistance of a government scholarship. By participating in this program I hope to eventually combine the best of both worlds into my dentistry education and eventual practice. I plan to learn valuable skills that will one day make me the best possible dentist, and well-being of the citizens of Brunei Darussalam.