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Dear Sir/Madam, I am extremely pleased to apply for Master’s study in Civil Engineering. I belong to Pakistan and I am graduated from University College of Engineering and Technology Bahauddin Zakariya, Multan, Pakistan, one of the top-ranked universities in the country, in Civil Engineering with a Bachelor of Science degree program. After my graduation, I have worked as Assistant Structure Engineer in a private sector for one and half year, later I joined Nicon Group of Colleges where I’m working as a lecturer for BTEC Higher National in Construction and Built Environment, Design of Structure with Autodesk Revit and also Project Management with Primavera. My decision tomajor in Civil Engineering is a direct result of my desire to contribute to the development of state-of-the-art infrastructure in my country, aiming towards improving its global standing. Foundation of this lies in my childhood when I watched the documentary of world’s megatall skyscraper Burj Khalifa that structure fascinated me a lot and also triggered curiosity in me how this edifce can support such massive load? After that, when I saw the structures like Empire State Building and Golden Gate Bridge those also captured my attentions.  Thus as far as my career was concern I had already decided to opt civil engineering for its versatility in infrastructures. Undergraduate study is not a denouement which one can call a journey towards excellence and competence. Graduate study opens up newer avenues to explore and gives one a wider range of career objectives. My undergraduate at Punjab College gave me the excellent command in basics of mathematics and science which enabled me to secure admission in one of the pioneer engineering institutes (University college of Engineering and Technology Bahauddin Zakariya) of Pakistan. The studies at undergraduate level have been an enriching experience for me which provided me with a broad perspective of civil engineering. During my graduation the field which inspired  the most was structural engineering as, it was facilitating me with the answers for my curiosity about mega structures and this inspiration triggered me to achieve high grades in all structure core subjects. Especially the topics regarding Steel Structures, Prestressed Concrete Structures and Geotechnical & Foundation Engineering with their extreme research potential was at the top of my list as, all high rise buildings need a strong structural design along with a strong foundation design to safely support the loads and to transfer them to the soil underneath. In Pakistan, where there is several kind of conditions like high temperatures, freezing conditions, humidity, low bearing capacity of soil, maximum chances of erosion and low wealth; structural engineering is one of those rapidly evolving field which best suits the requirements for country infrastructure development. My interest in structural engineering and the practical implementation of this field forced me to work as an intern at some mega projects currently running in Pakistan like “China–Pakistan Economic Corridor” which exposed me to visualize modern design methods and contemporary construction techniques at site At some point of my professional career, I realized that myundergraduate education had provided me with what is only a glimpse of this field and there is so much more waiting to be explored and created in this industry but I was unable to pursue my studies in my country or abroad due to my financial position. Since, i am not in a position to finance my studies, I am pleased to know about the announcement of your scholarship programme. Thus, armed with the much-valued consent of my professors, guidance of my seniors and careful perusal of the web page of your programme, I am convinced that my academic career will receive the much-required exposure and enhancement enabling me to pursue extensive research and excel at it through your programme. Not only does the University distinguished faculty, excellent laboratory with full facilities and high reputation attract me but also does the on-going researches by eminent faculty. My choice of this specialization is motivated by its multidisciplinary nature, which will broaden my horizons and give me flexibility in professional practice