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[Student Interview] Tuychiev Mirjalol from Uzbekistan

울산대학교 2021-03-30 조회수 : 439
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1. Self-Introduction
Name: Tuychiev Mirjalol
Major: IT Convergence


2. Can you tell us what your goal was when you decided to study abroad at the University of Ulsan?
At first, I wanted to learn the Korean language. Because I had to live in Korea for a minimum of 4 years, it would be difficult to live here without knowing the native language. Even though most people here can speak English, it is easier to live using the native language. Secondly, I have set a goal to learn more about Computer Programming.



3. What was it like to study at the University of Ulsan?
During the first year of my life in Korea, I lived in a dormitory. It was my first experience living on a university campus. The accommodation was excellent and provided ample opportunity to connect with fellow students. I liked this international environment, and further developed my passion for Korean by communicating with them in Korean. I made a lot of international friends, who remain close to me.



4. What is the hardest thing in your life at UOU?
The first difficulty I experienced was that I had to start my semester in September. I did not realize that in Korea, the first semester starts in March, not September, so I had to start studying from the second half of the 1styear.
The second initial difficulty was the language. I did not initially focus on the language classes. However, through the excellent support from my friends, staff, student clubs and professors, I began to learn Korean rapidly.



5. What are the most attractive features of the University of Ulsan?
In my opinion, the best thing here at the University of Ulsan is the renowned Electronic Engineering and Medical courses on offer. There are a lot of partnership opportunities from big companies such as Hyundai and others, to help students learn the various engineering processes.



6. What are your goals after your graduation?
I want to build my career here. In the world, there are not many countries where you can make a good career in the IT sector. I am a 3rd-year student right now, so I am going to start my preparations to enter big companies such as Samsung, Naver, or Google. I know it will not be easy for me to enter those companies, but I will do my best.



7. Is there anything you would like to say to Uzbekistan students who are interested in the University of Ulsan?
My advice is to do some research about the culture, society and student groups, and places to visit nearby. This will give any Uzbek student the ability to be better prepared when they arrive. Secondly, be sure that you or your family can pay the tuition fee, or at least that you can get some scholarships. The last one is learning the Korean language basics, as it will give you the edge in classes and around town. Lastly, think about using the opportunities given to you at the University of Ulsan and connect with student groups, academic support and the large Uzbekh community already here.

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