Master Scholarship

I have a B.E. in Mechanical Engineering with a CGPA of 3.7. Right after graduation, I was highly motivated to apply for MS abroad on scholarship; I immediately took IELTS and got 7.0. My result came out on 10th July. I applied to the TUM MSPE course; at that time, TUM required an IELTS 6.5 minimum score and an A-1 German Language course at the time of enrollment. I applied and got selected for the course. I was unaware of the fees and blocked the account at that time as I am from a middle-class family, and I didn’t have money at that time. I didn’t let go of my motivation and then applied for an MS in Mechanical Engineering at Polytechnic Institute Milan and got admission again. But in the October intake, I didn’t get a scholarship, and at that time, I never had even 4 lacs to pursue my MS abroad. SERIOUSLY PEOPLE, I HAD NO MONEY 2 YEARS BACK, not even 1 LAC in my account. I only did tuition and a private job to get myself stable mentally.

Later, I started a job as a Technical Sales Engineer in Man Diesel and Turbo Chargers. The aim was to collect money and never let go of your dream of studying abroad. I left my job in August and joined another company as Assistant Executive Engineer. I left Pakistan Steel Mills in Dec 2015 and again started my job at Lucky Cement as a Trainee Engineer. During my 2 years in the professional field, I completed my MEM in Energy and Plant Management from NED-UET (2015-17). In 2016, with the stability in my Bank Account, I started to figure out Germany again. I completed my documents and all the attestation. As soon as I became Assistant Manager in Jan 2017 in Lucky Projects I started applying to Germany in few universities, at that time only 6 months were left for my IELTS to expire.

I applied for the scholarship, and the Scholar Den platform helped me with the fully funded scholarship. I would highly encourage all the students to avail their services if they are looking for a full scholarship.


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