Curious about how things work, Nurul often dreamed about building inventions that would solve world problems.
Bachelor of Engineering (Sustainable Systems Engineering) (Honours)
I knew from the beginning that engineering was the way to go and I've since realised that it's not about inventing new technology but improving our existing ones.
When I discovered RMIT offered a program in systems engineering, I did my research and knew straightaway that it was exactly what I wanted to do.
I decided to study at RMIT as it is well known to take a hands-on approach at teaching. As a practical learner, it was the perfect fit for me.
The sustainable systems engineering degree is great if you’re interested in how to make a new idea work, especially in terms of renewable energy. It helps you plan ahead and to take into consideration variables you would not have otherwise thought of.
In addition to my studies, I am also the events manager and newsletter editor for the RMIT Electric Racing Team. These roles have helped me expand my communication and organisational skills which definitely helps in being industry ready.
At the moment, I’m keen on working in areas where I can improve our social, economic and environmental quality of life.“