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Michal Dybowski

Electrical and Electronic Engineering (MEng) MEng
Michal Dybowski

Michal feels City University's central location allowed for easy integration of working and studying.

Why did you choose to study at City, University of London?

City's central location allowed for easy integration of working and studying. The international status of this institution made it easy to interact with other students and academic staff.

What do you enjoy most about your course?

I look forward to the many possibilities that may open up after graduating from my course.

What has been your favourite module and why?

There were many modules I enjoyed throughout the years but the most interesting one for me was the EPM501 Power Electronics as it helped me to understand how the knowledge that we have obtained from previous modules can be applied to the power industry and renewable power generation.

What has been a highlight of your course so far?

I did an exchange semester at Seoul National University, one of the best schools in South Korea. I have also received many prizes and scholarships throughout the years, including Caterpillar scholarship and Prof Edward Allibone Prize.

What do you plan to do after you graduate?

To start working as an electrical engineer in one of London's companies.

Why did you choose to study at City, University of London?

During clearing I researched many institutions and City, University of London stood out.

What do you enjoy most about your course?

I enjoy the satisfaction of completing reports and projects the most.

What has been your favourite module and why?

Maths due to my adeptness.

What has been a highlight of your course so far?

Making new friends.

What do you plan to do after you graduate?

I am not really sure.

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