the university has asked me to answer the following question in my motivation letter Kindly Check It
1 Why have I chosen to apply to this programme?
2 Why did you apply to study in Hungary?
3 What do I expect to gain from my studies?
4 Why does my background make me a suitable candidate?
5 How will the programme help me to achieve my goals?
6 How does your proposed study relate to a particular development challenge or need at the global, national, and/or local level?
7 How will you apply your new skills and qualifications when you return home?
8 What challenges would you expect to encounter while studying in a foreign country, and how could you prepare for these challenges?
My motivation letter
Motivation Letter for Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship
Dear Admission Committee,
I am writing this letter to apply for a master's in electrical engineering at Budapest University of Technology and Economics in Hungry, quite relevant to my previous educational background. I accomplished my bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from [xxxxxxxxxxx] in 2020 with a CGPA of 3.95 out of 4.0.
Being chosen at the undergraduate level in electrical engineering was like a perfect fit for me because I have been playing and repairing broken electrical and electronic objects at a scrap dealer's shop right in front of my home from a very young age, which generated interest in me to learn more about these devices. The best part of my undergrad was group projects. Being a group leader, I have always sought to put an innovative approach to engineering challenges and have got appreciation either in form of funding or awards and have published papers on them.
My project for the final year was based on the Smart Grid (SG) and Demand Side Load Management (DSM). I aimed to have a load shedding alternative, which is a critical challenge for many developing nations, including mine, Pakistan. I have successfully built a smart energy meter hardware model that can optimize electricity consumption to reduce peak demand and prevent any overload situations that can cause load shedding or blackout of power. This project was awarded government funding.
In addition to Power Systems as a key speciality and Smart Systems Integrations as a secondary specialization, my master's degree in electrical engineering at BME will not only boost my skillset, but also my potential to understand challenges, think abstractly, see the broader picture, and flourish my ability to build strategies to make a power system smart. This program would allow me to further explore smart grids and methods for designing smart networks that could make the power sector more efficient and resilient.
The opportunity of stipendium Hungaricum scholarship will enable me to pursue my education and research to achieve my ambition and play a role in modernizing the world's power structure. With approximately 108/120 credits devoted to electrical engineering and many practical and laboratory classes, the innovative, stunningly designed, and holistic curriculum of the electrical engineering program at BME definitely ensures that my practical expertise and research skills are polished. This curriculum would integrate in me those competencies that are necessary for modern electrical engineering to market himself successfully and to capture a strong place in the rapidly growing industry.
In addition, learning in the oldest and one of the world's best universities and a country with stunning architecture, rich history, quality education, lively cultural life, many places of world heritage and convenient public transport in the heart of Europe has its charm and unparalleled exposure to be acquired. And it is encouraging to know that 18 BME researchers are among the best 2 % researchers in the world according to a report published on most cited researchers of world. Overall, this program has a perfect blend of location, price, and quality of education.
After completing my master's degree and returning full of skills and expertise, I would join the National Transmission and Dispatch Company (NTDC), a government-based entity that operates 500 and 220 kV transmission and grid stations. This would be the perfect way for me to use my skills and expertise acquired from abroad to pull my country out of the crises of energy.
I would like to conclude that I am excited to learn new experience, strengthen my skills and expand my knowledge of the world's power structure, and I am confident that learning electrical engineering at BME would lead to my career growth in the best possible way.
Thank you very much for considering my application.