Now in his 3rd year of RMIT’s Bachelor of Engineering (Computer and Network Engineering) (Honours), Denis Mubanga hopes to continue his studies by undertaking a PhD in Network Engineering.
Bachelor of Engineering (Computer and Network Engineering) (Honours)
I am driven by a desire to make a difference.
At school, I was always interested in computing and mathematics, particularly programming. I really enjoy the challenge of using computers and mathematic ideas to solve everyday problems.
I chose RMIT for its high-quality engineering programs and the great opportunities it affords students, by allowing them to gain practical experience and prepare for the workforce.
I’m a member of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Student Branch Leaders. This role has given me the opportunity to meet different students while helping to organise and run events like Open Day, student barbeques and end of year dinners.
In 2012, I provided technical support in the Victorian information Technology Teachers Association (VITTA) conference – also a great experience.
My degree has given me the theoretical knowledge and practical experience in the field of computer systems and network engineering.
While I find great joy in mathematics and the mathematics method of explaining things, most of all I just love figuring out how things work. This inspires to develop my skills even further down my path.
I see my undergraduate degree as a foundation for much greater things to come, a stepping-stone towards a PhD in Network Engineering.
My expectations and goals are high because I have a clear understanding of the challenges that lie ahead in my career path.
I hope to overcome these challenges and find the best possible job in my field of expertise.