Ronald Galić is a final year student of systems engineering at the University of Algebra. He enrolled in the study of systems engineering because of Algebra's approach and the way teaching is conducted.
Laboratory exercises that are designed on "real" or physical equipment, and not on a virtual or simulated environment.
Ronald also pointed out the approach to knowledge transfer itself, which is more practical and is based on the actual production experience of the lecturer, rather than a theoretical repetition of the literature. As a graduate, a motivational interview at the application office gave him a complete insight into what he will get by enrolling in the study and he believes that a motivational interview that no graduate should miss, no matter which study he wants to enroll in. Ronald has five years of experience in educating the youngest elementary school students. He worked at the Hardware Unity in Split as an educator already in high school when he won silver in a robotics competition, and he also works as an educator at the Digital Academy.
He is also a judge in the Croatian Robotics Association, where he educates children in robotics at various workshops. In his first year of study, he worked as an embedded developer at the Zagreb Innovation Center, and currently works in the IT Department of Algebra. In his spare time he enters new technologies, programs and deals with IT security systems. Congratulations to this hard-working student, we look forward to all of Ronaldo’s current and future successes!