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Meet some of our current students and graduates in mechanical and automotive engineering.
Bachelor of Engineering (Automotive Engineering) (Honours)
Aaron Aquilina's passion for cars lead him to study a degree in automotive engineering.
Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) (Honours)
Amanda Lam has completed a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) and loves RMIT’s unique approach to learning.
Taking a pathway from TAFE to university, David Bianchi has used the skills obtained in his mechanical engineering degree to land him a job as a Procurement Manager for Navantia Australia Pty Ltd.
Bachelor of Engineering (Automotive Engineering)
RMIT's strong connection to industry has provided Eunyeong practical experience and valuable insight into the automotive industry.
A desire to make a difference and develop something that can be used every day by people around the world, is motivating Francesco Fedele to study a degree in automotive.
Advanced Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical)
Glenn Halupka grew up on an Air Force base and once he’d seen the equipment he was hooked for life. Now the Bachelor of Engineering is getting him even closer to the planes he loved growing up.
Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) (Honours), Associate Degree in Engineering Technology
Mechanical engineering graduate James de Leur secured his dream job straight out of university and now works at Ford.
After travelling the world as a child, Karim Eldib appreciated the engineering that keeps planes in the sky. Now he’s exploring engines of all kind as he embarks on a career in mechanical engineering.
Master of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)
Lizhi Dong is hoping that postgraduate studies in mechanical engineering will help him be a step above the rest in the competitive Chinese job market.
PhD Engineering (Mechanical)
With a background in electrical engineering and sustainable energy, Maja Gajic is undertaking her PhD in mechanical engineering to investigate novel technologies for concentrating solar radiation.
Associate Degree in Engineering Technology (Mechanical)
RMIT's Associate Degree program is giving Mathew the flexibility of further university study or being ready for the workforce.
Advanced Diploma of Engineering (Mechanical)
After working in the military for five years, Matthew Gillett needed a career change and enrolled in the Advanced Diploma of Engineering (Mechanical).
Michele Moscogiuri understands the need to balance the practical with the theoretical. At RMIT, he's been able to find the right balance and use it to leverage into a new career.
For Neda Mehdiabadi, studying mechanical engineering is allowing her to learn more about physics and how technology can be used to make a positive impact on the world.
Associate Degree in Engineering Technology
Ngoc found the hands-on training and learning new problem solving skills the most rewarding part of her Associate Degree in Engineering.
Keen to pursue a career in the competitive and challenging work of the automotive industry, Oliver Herbst decided to enrol in RMIT's Bachelor of Engineering (Automotive Engineering) (Honours).
Ronald Ha enjoys the creativity and innovation of mechanical engineering. He has just completed an associate degree and is now tackling a bachelor degree.
Sami Raad’s early interest in cars evolved into a fascination with mechanical engineering. Studying an advanced diploma, he’s now gaining experience with some of the biggest names in the industry.
Master of Engineering (International Automotive Engineering)
After working in mechanical engineering, Shreerang Ashok Agnihotri decided to study the Masters of Engineering (International Automotive Engineering) to gain more knowledge and broaden his horizons.
Expanding on his Japanese qualifications, Yuichi Tsuruma decided to study mechanical engineering at RMIT. His passion for cars has landed him a job at a major automotive company.