Muhammad Shahzaib Siddiqui
Study program: Computer Science BSc
Period of studies at ELTE: 2017.09.04 - 2020.07.31
"My favorite thing is the faculty here. They are cooperative and go out of the way to help you in learning and scoring best in the exams."
ELTE is one of the best universities of not only Hungary but Europe. ELTE has been the alma mater of some of the finest mathematicians and computer science geniuses of the world. ELTE is affiliated with 5 Nobel laureates, as well as winners of the Wolf Prize, Fulkerson Prize and Abel Prize, the latest of which was Abel Prize winner Endre Szemerédi in 2012 which says a lot about the quality of education here. The university has great faculty and research labs.
What do you like most about being a student at ELTE?
Studying at ELTE is a great experience overall. My favorite thing is the faculty here. They are cooperative and go out of the way to help you in learning and scoring best in the exams. There are great research opportunities as well with faculty members, hence learning opportunities are infinite. Psychologists are also available at the campus to help you in overcoming any emotional or social problems which proved helpful to me.
What are your challenges in your study program?
My study program is a bit more focused on theoretical side than practical side. It is a challenge to me as mathematical theory demands a lot of practice and learning.
How do you think your degree will help you in your life and career?
The university has given us a lot of important and beneficial experiences. The curriculum was well designed to impart all the essential and basic concepts of the subject hence enabling us to acquire any further knowledge by ourselves. I am sure it is going to prove important in my professional career and contribute a lot to my professional growth.
Do you have any recommendations for future students at ELTE?
First of all, be proud of getting accepted to the university which is associated with some great personalities. Get ready to embrace the challenges as the curriculums are demanding but stay calm as the faculty is helpful enough to guide you along the way.