I chose to study something that was also my hobby, which has always been informatics, even though it was not so well-developed at that time. Secondary technical school of electrical engineering and computer science provided me with excellent basics for my future university studies and allowed me to cope with the transition between the secondary school and university.
Having graduated from the SPSei Ostrava in 2014, I decided to continue my studies at the Technical University of Ostrava. I currently work for ČEZ Distribuce in Hradec Králové where I am responsible for the electrical protection systems. My university studies were easy thanks to the secondary school, especially in the case of maths and technical subjects. I also made a lot of friends, and I dare to say that they are lifetime friends. In hindsight, I appreciate our teachers and their work, the possibility to gain work experience during our studies, and a high-quality level in general subjects, such as English, Czech and much more.
I had literally no previous experience with computing or electrical engineering when I started studying at the SPSei in Ostrava. But the teachers were very helpful and helped me to develop my skills in these disciplines, often beyond the scope of normal lessons. I got a vast range of knowledge that I later found useful not only in practical life but also during my university studies. I also appreciated the level of maths and physics classes. Anyway, studying at university was much easier thanks to the intense and quality education in technical disciplines that I got at the SPSei. Last but not least, I was satisfied with the level of English classes which made it easier for me to travel and speak English fluently.