“星”光璀璨
“星”光璀璨--2016年4月明星阿布德

Hello, my name is Henniche Abdelkhalek .I was born and raised in ALGERIA one of the finest countries on the Mediterranean. Now I am pursuing my PhD in Material Sciences at Harbin Institute of Technology. For me, the HIT experience was and still a great journey. It did more than offer me a first-class education; it offered me the space to grow as an individual, to try new things and to meet new and interesting people. It's a place where you're never far from a new opportunity or experience- some of these I grabbed with two hands and some I (regrettably) let pass me by.

Study in China and everywhere in the world is something wonderful but requiring many efforts. When I was informed that I  will do my PhD in china the first thing that came to my mind was the idea of learning Chinese .I have to admit; initially I was not too enthusiastic about learning Chinese. Mandarin is one the hardest languages to study, but I also need to admit that it is one of the most important languages nowadays. Since my first day in China, my biggest problem has been communication in different aspects; from ordering food to trying to explain my symptoms to the doctor when I’m sick. Now I am in china for almost two year and half, and I realize that I did the best decision by studying this language. All in all, Mandarin is undeniably one of the most beautiful languages one can learn. Students always wonder, is learning Mandarin worth the time, money or effort? From my experience I will say unquestionably it is!

Last year I joined to the School of Material Science .Being part of the Institute for Advanced Ceramic as a researcher motivates me, mostly due to the drive and expertise of lectures and staff as they ensure that ideas are heard and developed through discussion. I have benefited from a stimulating research environment characterized by close interactions between graduate students and academics. I also had the opportunity to attend to seminars by world-renowned speakers, take PhD level modules, present seminars and receive feedback on my work by members of the research clusters.

As an international student from HIT, I have valued the opportunity to study in such a rich and diverse environment. There were heaps of factors which led to me becoming a part of this prestigious university, Perhaps the most obvious ones are academic: a world class combination of lecturers, facilities and funding allow you - even at undergrad level - to work at the cutting edge of your chosen discipline and off course the ranking of the HIT in the World’s Top num Universities.

One piece of advice I'd give to any new students is to find at least one activity you've done before and keep doing it, find one activity you've tried before and get involved in a serious way and find one activity you've never even thought about trying and give it a go. Expand your horizons. HIT is a safe place to let you try things out, to succeed (or fail) right along side people who care about you - for who you are.

There is still a long way to go but, I can honestly say that I've enjoyed being part of the HIT that has great potential, a dynamic community and the opportunity to develop alongside a growing postgraduate community.

I wrote this resume not with the intension to show myself, far from this idea, but with the hope that it may help many foreign fellowship students to achieve their dream in china. Finally I want to say that you have to be bold enough to use your voice, brave enough to listen to your heart, and strong enough to live the life you’ve always imagined.


 
 
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