MESCI-Development Economics and International Cooperation

Master in
Development Economics and
International Cooperation

Alumni 2013/2014

Qian Qian GE


"NI HAO” is the Chinese way to say “BUON GIORNO”. I am a Chinese girl and I have been studying in Italy for two years. My name is GE QIAN QIAN, I am currently refining final thesis of Master of the Planning and Management of Tourism Systems at “Tor Vergata” and hold a BSc in Tourism Management. As the largest developing country in the world, China conceives a huge market full of potentials but also faces challenges as well as problems; As a new era Chinese female, it is exciting and promising to grow up in such a vibrant nation. Meanwhile,the development and economic issues have always been my interest during studying with tourism field locally and globally. I try to travel around new places with fresh feelings and the interest in different cultures and peoples have always been the driving force behind my choices. I think the real challenge is to extend my own limits. MESCI would be an excellent opportunity for me to broaden my horizons and knowledge in quantitative methods and economic issues. Additionally, this experience will be quite beneficial since it might allow me to work in a multicultural context and to deal with people from various backgrounds also pursuing careers with NGO,NPO and International Organizations.