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My ambitious nature; AUBG admission (Computer Science & Information Technology)


AndriZz 1 / -  
Feb 21, 2013   #1
Please help me clear my mistakes and provide your opinion whatever it is.

Since my early years in High School I have realised that my desire for broader knowledge is mainly in the field of computer science and information technologies. Nowadays we live in a fast-paced world in which no one has time to spare. Technologies are widely spread and take part in our daily life so improving them is a necessity.

Working on projects on a computer is always hard, but after having some progress I start feeling delighted and enthusiasted to continue to the very end. Over the years at high school I have being involved in making a lot of team projects. This work has given me necessary practical skills and the confidence to tackle advanced problems. One of the projects I was linked to was qualified for the final round of the National Olympiad in IT where only 20 projects were admitted.From this invaluable experience I can conclude that having people with diverse thinking is what makes a project unique. AUBG provides the oportunity to meet such people by having students from numerious countries. If admitted I hope of forming long-lasting friendships and business relationships as I will do my best for acquiring them.

Another thing I noticed was that most of the attending students lack financial support to develop or put their work into practice. When having to choose whether I should study abroad or at AUBG some pros made the difference for me. One of them is the fact that I should not neglect is that I don't need to leave my hometown and country to attend. I would like to participate in making Bulgaria a better place for the new generations as they deserve conditions similiar to those of the other members of the European Union. One of my goals is to search for and support financially young talented children in high schools as they face unsolvable problems at a very young age. One more advantage that helped making my decision was option to take two majors at the same time.It was a huge relief for me since I hadn't made my mind which major to pick and beneficial for the range of possible job positions I can take in advance.

In my opinion AUBG is one of the universities that focus on building and developing the leadership possibilities of their students and as such they create a people formation which can actively participate in shaping a country's future.

I believe all of the reasons mentioned above define certainly my interest in AUBG. Factual to my ambitious nature, I can only hope to satisfy the high expectations of your institution and truly build a successful future in university.
dumi 1 / 6,927 1592  
Feb 21, 2013   #2
Since my early years in High School I have realised that my desire for broader knowledge is mainly in the field of computer science and information technologies.

... I began to find my strong desire in acquiring a broader knowledge in the field of computer science and information technologies.
It's good to give some idea how your interest began

Nowadays we live in a fast-paced world in which no one has time to spare. Technologies are widely spread and take part in our daily life so improving them is a necessity.

.... these are known facts. Better if you talk more about you because they are interested in knowing about you more

Working on projects on a computer is always hard, but after having some progress I start feeling delighted and enthusiasted agitated to continue to the very end.

This sounds good...

. Over the years at high school I have beingbeen involved in makingorganizing manya lot of team projects.

I have been made/ I am being made

This work has given me necessary practical skills and the confidence to tackle advanced problems.

Through this work, I gained a great practical exposure in tackling advance problems that made me confident about my capabilities and skills.


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