Fisnik Fshazi from Albania studied Civil Engineering at the University of Bath
How was your degree course and what do you hope to do with it?
I studied Civil Engineering, it’s a difficult degree everywhere you take it, however for those who actually like changing the environment, I would definitely recommend it. It’s us who build the world! This year’s this course is rated 2nd in the UK, which makes it harder, but it also makes the satisfaction for us students even greater. Having a degree in Engineering doesn’t just give you options for civil engineering, you can do a lot of different things.
What would you say to a student thinking of coming to the UK and looking at Kings?
Well as you know, I’m Albanian, and not many Albanian students have the chance to go abroad and do their education there. It’s hard for them, it’s hard for their families, but for those who can, I would definitely recommend it. It’s a very interesting and life-changing experience. I’ve been here 3 years now and feel more English than ever, but i couldn’t feel this way if it wasn’t for Kings. Kings was the start point of everything, it was actually what gave me the strength for university. It was all down to Kings.
What would you say to your teachers at Kings?
I’d like to say a big thank you to every single teacher at Kings. They took care of us like parents take care of their children. It was incredible work, they helped us with every aspect, and even helped us to shape our personality, which was really great for a person who is changing from a teenager to an adult. As for the academic input, it was enormous and amazing.