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Meet some of our current students and graduates in sports science.
Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sport Science)
Ashley Bigaran discovered her passion for helping people with chronic and complex conditions while undertaking work experience modules that were part of the Exercise and Sports Science program.
Master of Science (International Sports Technology)
Bernd Fuernschuss is taking his passion for sports to the next level with the Master of Science (International Sports Technology).
Exercise and sport science student Daniel Dimattina is drive to help others achieve their exercise goals.
Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sport Science) and Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Honours)
David Sobey's turned his passion for sport into a career, with his studies in exercise and sports science landing him a job at the North Melbourne Football Club as an Assistant Performance Analyst.
Bachelor of Applied Science (Health and Physical Education)
Eliza has always enjoyed physical education and is determined to give her students the same positive experience.
A lifelong passion for sport and interest in health, combined with high school teachers and family inspired Jacqueline Barr to become a physical education and health teacher.
Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sports Science)
A passion for sport and fitness and a desire to work with athletes to improve their performance motivated Jake Cowin to study exercise and sports science.
Physical education student, Liana Kitsou is passionate about educating students on the importance of being active and having fun through sport and exercise.
Advanced Diploma of Remedial Massage (Myotherapy)
After discovering myotherapy and its holistic approach to preventative health care, Melanie Smith knew the Advanced Diploma in Remedial Myotherapy would allow her to work with and help people.
After working in entry level roles at Nike, Norman Jiang decided to enhance his career by studying the Master of Science (International Sports Technology) at RMIT.
Already a professional cyclist, Paul van der Ploeg enrolled in RMIT’s Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sports Science) keen to explore a range of career pathways in the sports industry.
Placements in primary, secondary and independent schools, have allowed health and physical education student, Samantha Downward to get real experience and share her passion for sport with children.
Sandra Fundel came to Melbourne in 2014 to complete the second half of her Master in Engineering (International Sports Technology) as part of a dual degree program with her university in Austria.
A desire to share her passion for an active and healthy lifestyle with youth, led Simone Nalder to study Health and Physical Education.
A highlight of Zoe Cuskelly’s studies at RMIT was completing a four-week teaching placement in Singapore over the summer holidays.