When I reflect on my four years in the MLS program, I conclude that this experience not only made me a better person, but also prepared me in unpredictable ways for the real life. The program , the faculty members and the staff helped me to accomplish a goal that I thought i was out of reach. They helped me in living a proof that if you want something bad enough, you don't let anything stand in your way. Not even a war. I found myself able to communicate, innovate, and collaborate in ways that enabled me to build a successful knowledge and communications through conferences, competitions and workshops with our supportive professors and classmates.I liked the hands-on approach of the course because it has taken my learning beyond theory. I have learnt to apply my knowledge through experiences in the labs, doing new researches, giving presentations and working in teams. I was challenged to discover a personality I didn't know I had. Those four years have broadened my horizon and really changed my view about many things.It was a wonderful time in my life, and the best educational experience I've had. Nour Aljabi June 2017 Class As part of the Medical Laboratory Sciences family at UOS and a proud alumnus of this department, I could say that my experience of four years was one of a kind. As a teenager, I was always fascinated and intrigued by science and how our body works; that was the main reason I entered the program. I always believed if I was given the right tools and the proper education, I will be able to diagnose any disease that may come my way. No matter what I'd say or do, I would not be able to acknowledge my professors who I owe so much for making me the person I am today. The Medical Laboratory Sciences program was a perfect fit for me and developed me into the analytical and researcher I am today. As learning never rests, I have become a person craving more knowledge and skills every day. All I aspire now is to be able to continue my education and pursue my post graduate degrees to become an essential member of a community that I could make a difference within in the future. I wish for the department to prosper and evolve as the years go on, providing future students with the opportunities to grow in our continuously advancing community of scientists. Stephanie Koudsieh June 2017 Class One of the best things of studying MLS at UOS was that it´s diversity of students and the Faculty capability to meet and cooperate with the students to reach a successful education. Furthermore, the college faculty were very positive and helpful at all times, helping out with a few tips and tricks that really helped me graduate in 3 & half years, being one semester late in need of guidance, through my college years at UOS. College life at UOS was an experience that I will remember for the rest of my life, not only because what you learn in class, but what you learn by meeting people from different parts of the world. These experiences have shown to be of use both in my social and professional life.