First of all, it was obviously an amazing and unforgettable moment at the graduation ceremony In Tel Aviv University with you today. Congratulation to me and to you! My success is actually your success.
To be honest, I don’t have some very sexy words like Endurance does; nevertheless, I from the bottom of my heart really want to say something to thank you for all what you have done for me. I still remember the first time I met Ms. Hanni at Hanoi Open University some two years ago, and now I have graduated from the MSc program, time have gone so quickly. In my mind, it was not a dream, but a journey which is meaningful so much to me, to my life. Thank to you, to your devoted works, me of today is “a significant difference” compared to me before Israel. Beside the academic knowledge I have gained through the program, I have become not only more mature but also more confident about myself. Moreover, I have finally changed the way I think about anything to really get me “out of the box”, that is the most important lesson I have learned from Israel. Actually, there would not be words neither in English, Hebrew nor even Vietnamese can expresses how thankful I am about what you have done for me through the program. This MSc program has particularly changed my life forever.
Last but not least, I am deeply grateful to you for what you have done, what you are doing and what you will do for other students from developing countries including masters and diploma students. After one and a half year living here, I have seen the improvement day by day, you are doing a very good job, thus I confidently believe about the future of AICAT, the future of the ARAVA regional council and the future of your dreams, especially your dream Ms. Hanni.
Thank you so much, recently I am still around and will meet you soon in the farewell party. By the way, we will absolutely be in touch, and will not only maintain but also strengthen our relationship in the future.
Toda with all the best,