NNEKA AKARAKIRI: Diversity was important, because it allowed everyone to look at each person's perspective. If I was studying in a class where we were totally, fully Nigerians, we will understand everything from a Nigerian perspective.
But I was studying with people from the US, from Ireland, from Kenya, from all over the world, from Asia as well. So that allowed me to understand their cultures, their traditions, their ways of doing this, their ways of operation. So that made it a beautiful learning experience for me.
PRAISE ALLAGOA: Walden curriculum does have a global perspective. There's no one in the classroom who feels superior to the other. Every culture is celebrated.
MARLENE FUNG: Well, I think especially with my executive MBA, I think having the exposure of other students from the US actually has widened my scope and helped me to see the world in a different perspective.
PENELOPE GILL: I think coming from South Africa, I enjoyed the international experience, because it made me see how nursing is a sisterhood. So it doesn't matter whether you come from Cape Town or whether you come from Australia or the US, we're sisters in nursing, and the nursing was exactly the same.