Arriving in Germany in November 2021, Meghal is greeted by sub-zero temperatures and experiences the first winter of her life. “The first thing I learned was to run quickly to the trains, because the trains leave very punctually” she reports. Arriving in Feuchtwangen, she initially finds deserted streets and Meghal wonders if people live here at all. “There are no empty streets in India,” she says.
She chose the SES program in Feuchtwangen because the topics covered are important for modernizing the energy system. “I am very satisfied and happy with the teaching, the choice of subjects and the course. As the only female student, I have always found support from the professors and my fellow students.”
Next semester, Meghal would like to write her master’s thesis. Her goal is to then work as a smart energy engineer in a large company in Germany.