The Day Dreamers Show Topic: Getting into TUM (Technical University of Munich) Germany Live with Rizwan Mushtaq Dhudhaal, Working at Intel, a Former Teaching assistant at Information Technology Univ…

The Day Dreamers Show

Topic: Getting into TUM (Technical University of Munich) Germany

Live with Rizwan Mushtaq Dhudhaal, Working at Intel, a Former Teaching assistant at Information Technology University, Worked at Descon Engineering Limited, Studies at TU MĂĽnchen, Studied B.S. Electronics Engineering at Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology, Swabi, Went to Forman Christian College Lahore, Went to M.H. Sufi Foundation Kot Ishaq, Hafizabad, living in Munich, Germany, from Hafizabad.

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19 thoughts on “The Day Dreamers Show Topic: Getting into TUM (Technical University of Munich) Germany Live with Rizwan Mushtaq Dhudhaal, Working at Intel, a Former Teaching assistant at Information Technology Univ…

  1. Naadeem Falsafaywala Reply

    Aijaz Qureshi Canadawala First of all, let me say thank you! I am listening your talk and I would like to add that the number of English taught post graduate courses has increased dramatically in Europe, especially in Germany, over the past few years. However, many students in Germany find it difficult to adjust to their daily lives because of the language barrier. Supermarkets and train stations have displays that are primarily in the local language. Communication can become challenging as many locals are not adept in talking in English. I would suggest people coming to EU countries must learn resident country’s language so that they could feel comfortable and not aloof from the local community! Apart from tuition fees, countries like Netherlands, France, Sweden, Latvia, Finland, Norway etc. have a high cost of living which means that accommodation and grocery shopping can turn out to be pricey too. 95% Pakistanis give up their studies due to serious reasons like social stress! I as a teach would not recommend to learn the local language and adopt the resident culture and become productive for the society you get education! EU universities can’t welcome every one for free education from the EU countries….! How is this possible they can welcome Pakistanis to welcome for free…! Please dear do not promote such confused info for the simple minds of Pakistan! This is not really as easy as you are projecting…! Thanks for the talk!

    • Aijaz Qureshi Canadawala Reply

      Naadeem Falsafaywala Thanks for detailed comment. Sir, with due respect, I will say that if there’s an opportunity people shoukd avail it. Lical language is not an issue because there are adult learning centers in each country that offer language courses. Cost of living etc. is relative to the living style and spending that can be managed easily. Reading posters and names in lical language is never a problem because when I go to buy some stuff I look at the item not at the name.

      This show is not affiliated with any educational institution or anything. It is purely informational. You are also living in Europe, there must be time when you started your lufe in here and think how did you make such wonderful progress and got where you are today.

      So instead of undermining the benefits of the show let’s show some Possitive gratitude towards our your fellows who can benefit from these educational institutions and get somewhere and do something for themselves and their families.

    • Naadeem Falsafaywala Reply

      Well, the times have changed, you learn some one’s culture through languages, I have seen and have done researches that people could mix in the local society only through language and easy access to the social norms and values! In a way, I am saying it is positive to learn local language, and make to resident country financially and socially productive than being aloof from the resident society! Well if you think, language isn’t important, I won’t agree on this point, as I feel Pakistanis have capacity to change their image through good communication ! I personally will encourage people to learn language and adopt the local culture and make the Pakistani nation proud in EU and US societies! Thank you very much!

    • Naadeem Falsafaywala Reply

      I have seen suffering most of the Pakistani students and people for not being able the part of the local and resident society, and the reason is language and misunderstanding about the local culture! So learning language is productive and important in the global world!

    • Aijaz Qureshi Canadawala Reply

      I’m not against learning the local language at all. What am I trying to say is that the local language shouldn’t be the barrier for Pakistani students who want to come to Europe for studies

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