Unveiling the Tapestry of Knowledge: My Journey as an MC at BINUS I-WEEK 2023

BINUS Iweek 2023 has been an absolutely amazing experience for all BINUSIANS,
especially the International students. Being an MC for an event can be both exhilarating and challenging. Recently, I had the opportunity to be an MC for BINUS IWEEK, and it was an incredible experience. This report will outline my experience as an MC and the highlights of the event, specifically the interactions I had with the knowledgeable delegates.

The event focused on the latest developments and was a biyearly event that brought together people from diverse cultures and backgrounds to celebrate and promote cross-cultural. There were several keynote speakers, panel discussions, and networking opportunities for the attendees. As an MC, my role was to ensure the event ran smoothly and to keep the audience engaged throughout the day.

One of the highlights of the event was meeting the knowledgeable delegates. The attendees were from various backgrounds, including technology, business, academia etc. I had the opportunity to speak with some of them during breaks, and it was incredible to see the depth of knowledge they possessed in their fields.

I remember speaking with one delegate, who was an ambassador of Spain. They talked about the history and culture of Spain. The speakers were both Spanish who shared their insights into the country’s rich history and traditions. They talked about the influence of the Moors, the impact of the Spanish Inquisition, and the importance of flamenco in Spanish culture. It was amazing to learn about the country’s history and how it shaped its culture.

I have also interacted with some of the University representatives in other countries. The
representatives were very knowledgeable and gave me a detailed overview of the program. They told me about the courses, the faculty, and the opportunities that the program would provide. They also answered my questions about the admission process, financial aid, and scholarships.

One thing that stood out to me was the representative’s passion for their school. They seemed genuinely excited to talk about the school and the opportunities it offered. They shared stories about their experiences at the school and the impact it had on their life. Their enthusiasm was infectious, and it made me want to learn more about the school.

Aside from the benefits that Iweek has provided, I have encountered minor issues, which is to be expected. because If you can’t find an obstacle in what you’ve done, you haven’t done it sufficiently.

Hani Faysal Carab (Communication, Int’l Student)

Hani Faysal Carab (Communication, Int’l Student)