My Letter Of Motivation: Electrical And Electronics Engineering

Engineering would not have made our lives so interesting. Engineering has opened up new avenues, increased human productivity, improved lives, and raised new questions. The ever-evolving field of engineering and science fascinated me. I chose to pursue a career in Engineering to experience and explore the possibilities. Since I was a child, I loved maths and science. I was also fascinated by the workings of machines and devices around me. This led me to choose a science class in 11th and 12th grades. I was very interested in maths, chemistry, and Physics. His classes were fascinating and inspirational. The chapters on Electricity and Semiconductors piqued my interest in learning more about electronic and electrical technology. I was a strong student and finished school with 96%. In addition to my studies, I was active in extra-curricular activities such as drama, story writing, and quizzes.

My undergrad degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering was a great decision. The subjects were within my natural interests. Because of its interdisciplinarity, it introduced me to many electronic and electrical concepts. Although I did well in all subjects, my interest was primarily focused on digital logic circuits, embedded systems, control systems, microprocessors and microcontrollers. The strong interest I have in these subjects led me to accept funding from a Canadian company for my final year. This project was embedded and involved microcontrollers and simple logic. The project consisted of developing an intelligent streetlight control system that regulates the intensity of streetlights based on pedestrian and vehicle movement. The review committee was satisfied with the project’s completion and awarded it an outstanding grade. I took part in numerous technical competitions as a student at college. I also organised a workshop using MATLAB in my final year of college. I was offered a job in Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions India as an embedded software Engineer. It is wonderful to find the right career for you, which I am now experiencing in my job. Bosch is where I am responsible for developing software modules that control the electronic control units (ECUs), which are used in commercial and car vehicles. I was able, theoretically and practically, to realize control systems, networking, microcontrollers, and many other concepts. My experience in this field has given me knowledge of protocols such as Controller Area Network and Unified Diagnostic Services. As a developer, my responsibilities include validation of requirements and design of the code flow. This also allowed me to learn programming languages such as Perl and Python. I was also able to learn the basics of industrial validation, testing. After six months of work, I was named the “Best Fresher” because of my contribution and performance.

Each day I worked, I gained new knowledge. I am now looking to expand my knowledge in the area of industrial research and I believe I will be able to do so with a solid higher education from an excellent university. I am very pleased to have found the master’s program in Electrical Engineering, Information Technology and Autonomous Systems at your University. Otto-von-Guericke-University of Magdeburg’s intercultural staff and student community is a positive appeal for students like me to learn and thrive. The fact that I had worked in an organization with German roots was a huge factor in my decision for a masters program at a German university. Research opportunities are bound to blossom because of the close ties the university has formed with research institutions. Your university is a great place to study. I believe the international student community will help me be able to succeed in my future endeavors. In conclusion, I am motivated and have the skills to pursue graduate studies. I now need a platform that will allow me to reach my academic goals. Your university is the right place for me.



Reuben Young is a 39-year-old educational blogger and school teacher. He has been teaching in the United States for over 10 years, and has written extensively on educational topics. He is also a member of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), and has been honored with several awards.

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