Mezen Cheikh Rouhou is our Alumni student from Tunisia. He graduated from UOD in Computer Science Engineering BSc in 2024.

After his graduation Mezen decided to follow finance for his professional journey, and he works as an Accounts Payable Professional at IBM Budapest. He is working in an international environment daily gaining experience in a new field for him.

UOD’s international alumni officers invited him to tell us about the time since finishing his studies at our university.


How did you decide on choosing the University of Dunaujvaros and the study program?

 I was really excited about Computer Science engineering, and the information provided by the university in Stipendium Hungaricum website convinced me that Dunaujvaros is the right place for me.


What things did you learn at UOD that were most helpful to you?

Of course IT related things, and also  about being open. I guess the university journey helps a lot in your future interactions with people in an international environment. As it puts you in a place where you interact with different cultures and people, you become more diverse and open to learn new things.


What is the relationship like between the student and the professor?

 The relationship is pretty nice, the professors are trying their best to make us comfortable and get the best out of the students.


What do you think of the campus of the university?

 The campus is the heart of the city. Dunaujvaros isn’t that big of a city and maybe the campus is the biggest thing in the center, and that ‘s what is good about it, there is always enough space for new students!


What do you think of the extracurricular activities such as programs, events, excursions at UODThe international office and study office lately were doing their best to have excursions for the students whenever they have some free time. These programs are really good to take you out of the stress of exams and even learn about Hungarian culture sometimes.


How well did UOD prepare you to enter the workplace?

Well workplaces are different from one to another, at UOD we were treated equally and we were taught to handle stress. And those are key points to handle corporate life.


What advice would you give to prospective students who are considering to apply to UOD?

I would advise them to look closely into the different majors, departments and to choose what they are really like. Because doing something you love, especially at UOD will be an unforgettable journey.