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I am student academic Electronic Engineering and i am looking for new knowledges and skills that may expand my resume and also to become a better skilled and efficient professional in the current labour market. for belonging to an research group of robotics at the Federal University of Sergipe i ended up meeting areas of electronics i aroused greater interests like the field of automation and home automation. Well, i see in the United State of American one opportunity to get to know state of the art technology and then improve and enhance my knowledge in this areas.
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I am student academic Electronic Engineering and I am looking for new knowledges and skills that may expand my resume and also to become a better skilled and efficient professional in the current labour market.
(knowledge -uncountable, but then you could replace it by "competences" etc)

For belonging to an research group of robotics at the Federal University of Sergipe I ended up meeting areas of electronics I that aroused greater interest in the field of automation and home automation.
Well, I see/deem in the United State of American one opportunity to get to know (some) state-of-the-art technology and then improve and enhance my knowledge in [this] those areas.


(I would choose one, either "enhance" or "improve" my knowledge.)

(these -plural of this, those makes it more impersonal. Anyway, it was my choice of words. Now it´s up to you, eventually.)

Ah, the "well" in your text. If it´s for our/general comsuption, that´s okay.
If you intend to talk about you in an interview, or write to some higher-up guy, then erase it out. A bit informal, and people could think it as an unacceptable way of "taking liberties", having to do respect with higher-rank people.