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Nadiah Natasya Binti Zulkurnai, Malaysia
When I was a child, we lived near the airport, and I used to look at the aircrafts gliding through the sky and think about how they were made. When I grew up, I went to University Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Institute of Aviation Technology. You can say that it was my curiosity that lead me to choosing the profession of engine mechanic.
I was very impressed with the university labs equipment
I came to visit Samara University as an exchange student. Everyone here is so attentive and friendly. I learned many new interesting things: I visited the aircraft engines center, worked with the simulator in the Lab. This is Airbus engine simulator, you can use it to simulate the whole aircraft maintenance process virtually. As a whole, I was very impressed with the University Labs equipment. This University is like an independant town, it has its own sports complex, museum, even its own training aerodrome! It is so cool!
I am very grateful for the possibility to learn from the experiences professors, and for the hospitality. I am also very glad that I have this opportunity to learn more about aerospace industry. I thought that within 3 years I already learned everything I could in my University, but I learned even more when I came here. The University itself, the city of Samara, and the people here made a very good impression on me!