“We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we are curious, and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” – Walt Disney.
I am an intelligent student with determination to achieve my career ambitions, having understood that one essential criterion for a fruitful career is quality education. I am a keen reader of scientific journals, and I love watching TV series on technological developments; the ideas, debates, and discoveries are fascinating. It’s amazing how mankind has expanded understanding of the world we live in.
As a child, I always wanted to learn about mechanics. This is why Physics is one of my favorite subjects in college. Out of curiosity, I learned how to repair toys and bicycles. Now I fix my car with confidence because I have acquired the basic knowledge and developed a strong set of personal qualities and aptitudes which I believe will steer me toward my career ambitions. However, before joining the professional world, it is my desire to acquire specialist skills through completing a master’s degree program in Engineering.
I am particularly interested in how Engineering and the application of theoretical ideas to real-life situations have changed the way we live, for example, the advancement in aviation, discovery of new materials with infinite prospects in the areas of technology and medicine, development of clean energy, as well as innovations in artificial intelligence. Having enjoyed real expertise in engineering processes and the theoretical science that lies behind mechanics, I am eager to immerse myself in further academic studies that will maximize my professional skills, expertise and knowledge base.
My quest for quality education hasn’t been without obstacles. I have joggled between academics and part-time jobs to cater for myself and family since leaving Saudi Arabia at the age of 17. While studying for my first degree as a full-time undergraduate student, I took a permanent job to earn a commensurate salary that would lever my financial responsibilities, and this decision greatly affected my GPA.
I am self-motivated and have the ability to set and achieve realistic goals. I’ve been inspired by the different applications of cutting-edge mechanical engineering development and would feel very privileged to be close in these through completing a master’s degree at Grove School of Engineering, City College, which is considered among the best in New York.
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