Abdulrasaq Gbadamosi

Name: Abdulrasaq Gbadamosi
Country: Nigeria
Former University: Funaab, Nigeria
Programme: MSc. Electrical Sustainable Energy
Email: niyigbada@remove-this.gmail.com
 Abdulrasaq
 TUDelftStudentAmbassadors

Abdulrasaq Gbadamosi

My name is Abdulrasaq Gbadamosi and I am currently pursuing my masters in Electrical Sustainable Energy. I chose TU Delft because it is one of the best universities in the world, and is well known for ground-breaking research in sustainable energy.

While applying to TU Delft, I was particularly interested in the possibilities of undergoing an internship as part of the curriculum. I found out that there are internship opportunities within the MSc programmes and this really impressed me, unlike with many other schools around the world that did not provide this opportunity. Furthermore, there is a strong synergy between the university and industry.

Delft offers an enabling environment for learning and embraces cultural diversity which makes the city conducive for international studies. As a prospective student I had lots of questions relating to culture, weather, and housing, among other things but I could not find answers to most of my questions. This is what prompted me to become an ambassador.

As you prepare to come to TU Delft, you would be intrigued at the serenity and wonderful ambience in and around the city. Perfect for studying, it is equipped with a state-of-the-art sports and culture centre where you can relax and get involved in activities to ease away the accumulated tension and stress from studying. I play tennis during my leisure time and would welcome a challenge when the weather permits.

Do not hesitate to contact me on Facebook or LinkedIn or via email for more information concerning application procedures, housing, and any other questions you might have.

As a tip, endeavour to apply before 1st December in order to be considered for scholarship. Learn how to cook and how to ride a bicycle before coming to Delft.

To ba ni ibere kankan ni pa TU Delft, ma faseyin lati je ki nmo.

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