As a Chemical and Materials student, my time at Bruface allowed me to carry out more laboratory analyses, working with a wealth of materials, tools, machines and products that I did not have access to before. In addition, I have also improved my English by talking to my professors who were extremely supportive of my interests and research by providing new insights and thoughts.
Doing my Masters in the capital of Europe offered me the possibility to deepen my subject-specific skills, to learn and benefit from the multicultural environment at the two universities and to enjoy the vibes of Brussels. Practical classes and the internship opportunity granted me hands-on experience, and further, a headstart in my career. Working in international teams on electric vehicle projects improved not only my competencies and language skills, but made me also develop friendships with fellow students from all around the globe.
I received the opportunity to study at the VUB through the VLIR-UOS scholarship programme for Electromechanical Engineering. What I found particular positive about my experience at the Bruface is the great support I received from my professors as they guided me through my study process with a sense of genuine interest and mentorship.