I plan to study a Bachelor Vehicle Engineering program for the next year.
I'm 25 years old and i'm afraid that Stipendium Hungaricum will not accord me the scholarship.
I have been previously refused as a student in Canada 2 years ago 2017 due to lack of financial resources.
2019 IN HOPE .
here joined the MOTIVATION LETTER i sent them to accept my scholarship..
Rabat; Saturday 13 January 2019
Dear Stipendium Hungaricum committee,
My name is Anis Ouchchen, I am a new self-employed facility maintenance technician. And according to my short experience there, I am seriously thinking to back to school by integrating a university program degree.
In fact this is not the first time I make a similar conclusion. Back to 2014 when I was working as an ''automotive wiring operator" at “Sumitomo Electric Wiring System”, and In order to improve my practice tools on the Automotive industry I made the decision to quit the job and back to a knowledge seeker status. So I chose the 2 years Professional diploma in Electro mechanics of Automated Systems, which i got in 2016.
As for now , I am choosing to apply for Bachelor Vehicle Engineering program armed with great enthusiasm to it modules and courses , for the practical aspects of an industry I am familiar with , and with the feeling of a huge thirst of knowledge .
After carefully examining the program curriculum, I have come to the conclusion that this program will put me on the road for the kind of career I always wanted. What is remarkable for me is that courses take place at the newly established "Audi Faculty" in Győr , which is of great help to put academic knowledgeinto practice in a real industrial environment, Another important detail is that I can continue my studies at master (MSc) level and why not and be an automotive engineer.
I am expecting to acquire a high level of understanding of vehicle engines in an updated study context, in the middle term I expect this program to give me the tools to succeed in practicing in an international setting as an automotive engineer, including in Morocco that is the African leader in the field.
My curriculum is suitable and largely focused on the industrial field with an inclination for the automotive, starting from the Technical High-school of Rabat where I got my National High-school Diploma " Baccalaureate Electrical sciences and technologies" , passing by my experience at Sumitomo Electric Wiring System as an Operator , then as a trainee at the same company with a total of 4 months internship while I was preparing my 2 years Professional diploma : Electro mechanics of Automated Systems.
About Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship, which is the main subject of this letter, I admit that it is a great chance to pursue my dream career plan toward becoming an automotive engineer.The scholarship will financially make it possible for me, since tuition and housing are free in addition to a monthly aid, undoubtedly a similar support willbe carrying me straight to my goal, a goal that is more complicated to attain for me here in Morocco due to limit of seats and the strict selection criteria which frame the engineering studies in the public education, and in lack of financial resources to study in a private school.
Studying abroad is a challenge that I would kindly like to take, at my 25 birthday I measure that I meet the maturity and the required mind to do it correctly while best representing Morocco and my family in Hungary. I appreciate your consideration. With your assistance, I can continue my schooling in automotive and work to improve the vehicle industry in my country.