Describe how your college education will allow you to achieve your personal and professional goals.
My objective at the beginning is to be an excellent electrical engineer where my interest lies. However, my long-term objective is to become a professional, communicative engineer due to my major career. Meanwhile, I am responsible for developing myself as a competent manager because I would like to bring my parents' business into one of the world famous organizations.
I grew up along with my parents' business development, which marked the beginning of my fascination with engineering. I was praised for the assembly of a small component at the age of five. In the following years, I often tried to do something which I was capable of for the plant. In 2006, I first saw the five-axis CNC: under the control of the computer system, the manipulator, working quickly, transferred 3D drawings into actual models. All this came from the perfect combination of mechanics, electricity and computer. I considered that the process is just the same as our body: the computer, like the brain, sent out the instruction, while the electric component provided power just like human blood, and mechanical component completed actions like human bones and muscles. All of them made me fascinated. However, what I love the most was the electrical engineering.
I was deeply attracted by Purdue University half a year ago when a questionnaire indicated that it was one of the Top Ten U.S. Universities where the hands-on skillful students enjoyed best gyms and best employment rate. I immediately began to search on websites for everything relevant to the university. I like the Chinese pronunciation of Perdue. It reminds me of Pu Du Zhong Sheng as preached in Buddhism, and coincides with my conduct rules of being kind and helpful to others as much as possible.
I chose Purdue because of its remarkable teaching and RD capability. What touched me most is its powerful strength in Engineering and great achievements. It is equipped with perfect labs and has produced by far lots of world-class top professors, US Engineering Academicians, 22 astronauts including Neil Armstrong as well as many eminent Chinese scientists like Deng Jiaxian. Meanwhile, Purdue has its unique major settings, special characteristic and advanced ideas in running the university as well as its multinational student sources from over 130 countries. Its learning communities will help me and my classmates to learn from each other, learn multi-faceted cultures, improve our communicative capability and enhance team spirit. The integrity that Perdue advocates in its idea of education is the basic necessary quality for a promising excellent engineer and enterprise manager.
I believe I can develop not only the technical and problem-solving skills engineers need, but also the "people" skills-necessary for success in my future career. All these knowledge and skills can be found in the university.
I did mention something the college offer to me, such as "Meanwhile, Purdue has its unique major settings, special characteristic and advanced ideas in running the university as well as its multinational student sources from over 130 countries. "
Then what type of program you think?
Do you mean that I need to say more about the courses the college has or something else?