Studying abroad is a dream that Manuel realized after five years of hard work. Today he is in Indiana. USA. A week ago, he was in New York for intensive English classes, as he will start his master’s degree in just a few days. Civil engineering sciences in authority university purdue After winning first place in the Bicentennial Generation Scholarship competition.
After graduating National University of Engineering, back in 2014 and taking the second place in his entire promotion, this young man already working and having personal projects felt that something was missing. “When you have a job and an income, you feel good. You’re in your comfort zone, but I’ve always had that subconscious mind inside of me telling me that “You can give more. We need to showcase our talent internationally.”“.
But it wasn’t until 2020 that Manuel saw it was now or never. After being infected COVID-19 At a time when vaccines didn’t even exist, this stubborn slob felt it was his cue to try a master’s degree at some of the universities he’d read about while doing his research.
“He had to go through these difficult times of the coronavirus to understand. I got COVID-19 without a vaccine, I still have work to do here. And well, I put my hand on my chest.” supported this measure.
So two years ago, Manuel set himself that goal. “I’ll see what comes out, if I don’t make it, I’ll see what I do in Peru. And here I am with God’s help,” he recalled from the USA.
This way, first was awarded a Fulbright scholarshipwhich helped him a lot months later to take first place in the Bicentennial Generation program Pronabekas well as access to four North American learning houses on top of the world.
The interviewee explained that as part of his master’s degree he wanted to develop research focused on the use of plastics in the construction of houses, buildings and pavements to reduce the impact climate change. The study in this series was born after reading a report where they stated that on the coasts Peru and Chile there is a huge plastic island that is currently affecting our ecosystem and environment.
“In the future, I would like to implement a concrete pavement with plastic and show passers-by, drivers and the relevant authorities that it is possible to have this type of technology.. In addition, houses can be built in the most marginal areas of the country Callaowhere many do not have the minimum conditions to have an apartment, and why not help them with these means,” he said.
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