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Name: Krishna Chaitanya
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/ Motivation Letter For Master's in Embedded Systems at the University of Saarland, Germany
This is my motivation letter for the Embedded Systems program at the University of Saarland, Germany. Please review my letter and give me some feedback.
Letter of Motivation
My decision to study in Germany was greatly influenced by a person who happened to study a standard science degree here in my home country but who went on to pursue his Ph.D. in Semiconductor Physics, that I got to know about while I was in a conversation with one of the faculty member who was a lab in-charge during my Bachelor's study.
Ever since 4th grade I had spent most of my time with computers and electronics. My interest to study, especially electrical and electronics engineering, has been nurtured ever since. During my bachelor's, I spent a decent amount of my leisure time with Arduino and single-board computers like Raspberry Pi. I did small projects like controlling an RC Bluetooth-controlled Car with Arduino using an Android phone, and Text recognition using OpenCV with Tesseract using Raspberry Pi. The thing that made me much curious is the fact that things I make could interact with the real world with the help of software and hardware components. I believe that this one positive experience helped me decide to go on with embedded systems for my master's.
The "no tuition fee" along with a good work-life balance policy convinced me that Germany is the right destination for me. Also, I've had no problems satisfying the admission criteria. As attested by my IELTS score, I am confident that I can communicate well in English. Furthermore, as I'm regularly self-learning German through the TPRS technique, I am confident that by the time I get enrolled I will be able to speak basic German fluently and can mingle with the local people with no problems.
As the University of Saarland is one of the public research universities with contributions to large-scale projects-such as perfecting the software of the A380 Airbus, and since my academic profile is in alignment with the course requirements, I believe your university is the right one for me.
I hope to receive a positive response regarding my admission. Thank you for considering my application.