Siddharth Chauhan is a third-year Computer Applications student at HAMK. He has been very pleased with the studies so far and also enjoys living in Finland. In the future he plans to study also masters degree here and gain work experience before opening an own company in Finland!
Hello, my name is Siddharth Chauhan. I am from India and I am 21 years old. Right now I am studying third year in the Computer Application degree programme at HAMK. I was looking for some good universities here in Finland with good opportunities and a good study environment that can provide me with great knowledge in my particular field and HAMK was a better fit for me, so I chose HAMK to start my Bachelor of Computer Applications.
How has studies and living in Finland been so far?
Studying here at HAMK has been a very good experience for me so far: friendly environment, comprehensive studies and highly qualified teachers. All required resources for studies are readily available and there are links to many IT centers like Nokia. Living here in Finland is a very exciting experience and I like visiting new places and learning new things about Finland and its culture and festivals. I have also made new friends like a whole group of Slovak friends.
What kind of future plan do you have?
For the future, I am looking forward to do my masters here in Finland and then applying for a good job to gain some experience and then opening my own company here in Finland. If someone is planning to study computer applications here in Finland, I highly recommend that you come to HAMK as it is one of the best universities here in Finland and it will give you very good opportunities in your future and you will have a great experience here at HAMK. I really enjoy being here in Finland and studying at HAMK.
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