Student of the Graduate University Study of Civil Engineering
Why did I apply for studying at FCEAG?
During my high-school education I realized that natural sciences are more interesting to me than social ones. I was inclined to math, physics, and independent problem-solving. I was looking for a faculty where my skills would come to light. The decision fell on a civil engineering study that proved to be an ideal choice.
I especially like the uniqueness of each structural problem and its multidisciplinary aspects - namely, there are no two identical problems in civil engineering and the way to solution of the problem requires a combination of knowledge from mathematics, physics, static analysis, resistance of materials and other disciplines. An engineer must critically consider and analyse in detail every aspect of a new structure, since even the smallest mistake can have far-reaching fatal consequences.
Although on the back of an engineer lies a great burden, I am extremely satisfied with my carrier choice. I have gained a wide range of knowledge that I will use in future challenges. Furthermore, the cognition that the structures I design will one day be in function to serve humanity is unique to me.