Ganesh Srinivas Venkatesh

Ganesh Srinivas Venkatesh
  • Motto: I'm Ganesh pursing my Master's in Industrial Engineering at Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic. Studying in Europe and the education system is very good & the greatest thing you can ever get. when I came to Czech Republic most of the seniors
  • Country of origin: India
  • Situation: Student (currently studying in the Czech Republic)
  • Higher education institution: VŠB - Technical University of Ostrava
  • Field of study: Industrial Engineering
  • Level of study: Master

What made you decide to study in the Czech Republic?

The Czech Republic is one the beautiful and safest country in the world. The Unemployment rate in Czech Republic is low, and a lot of job opportunities to the foreigners.

Did your studies meet your expectations? How did you find the study programme, instructors, university facilities? Were there any differences from studying in your country?

Back in my country I didn't know how the education system in Europe. I had a lot of expectations and finally I reached my expectations. When I wanted to study Industrial engineering in Europe, I found Technical University of Ostrava is one of the top university and best coaching for the course. There is a huge difference between our home country and Europe education system.

What was the biggest surprise with regard to studying or living in the Czech Republic?

The Czech Republic is one of the smallest countries in Europe. But there are lots of exciting places to visit in the Czech Republic.

What was your most memorable experience or what did you enjoy most as a student in the Czech Republic?

The best part of the Czech Republic is an affordable living. Easily everyone can afford to study here.

How do you think your time in the Czech Republic has helped your studies and/or your career?

As studying and living is really affordable here compared to other EU countries, you can save a lot of money and also you can have part-time jobs and to gain important competeneces for life and experiences.

Do you have any advice for students thinking about studying in the Czech Republic?

Students who think they can't study in Europe because of financial problem, I strongly recommend the Czech Republic.