Imperial College London
I come from Ostrava, where I have lived all my life. I completed my eight-year studies at the Wichterle High School with final exams and straight A’s, which enabled me to continue my education at the prestigious Imperial College London. While still a high school student, I was a regular participant in specialised ‘Olympics’ and other competitions. This extra work afforded me a wealth of new knowledge and experience and, perhaps more importantly, it helped me to better understand my abilities and limits, and what I want to pursue in the future. I was always fondest of mathematics and physics, so I eventually chose one of the most demanding engineering subjects, Aeronautical Engineering. I wish to use this opportunity to thank The Kellner Family Foundation for making it possible for me to study this subject through its financial support.
Wichterle High School, Ostrava-Poruba (graduated in 2012)
Imperial College London, Aeronautical Engineering
Optimize my time management when studying and working in order to manage sports as well. Develop my - primarily intellectual - potential as much as possible and use it with a view to enriching myself as well as people around me, and society at large.
Sports (floorball, cycling, fitness), foreign languages, science and technology, global economics and politics
Spring Break & Third Term Filled With Sports and Exams
How do you say that in Czech again?
Time to try out something new
End of the Year
Go to Germany or stay?
Time passes a lot quicker
Imperial, part II
First weeks in the hustle and bustle of London
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