What attracted you to study fashion at RMIT?
I did a lot of university research and found out that RMIT ticked all the boxes of my dream school. I also learnt that the RMIT School of Fashion and Textiles is globally recognised as one of the best fashion schools in the world and provides students with opportunities to build industry connections and gain real-world experiences.
How was your RMIT experience and how did it support you in your career?
My experience of studying at RMIT was amazing and I think the university has supported my career in so many ways since I graduated.
RMIT gave me the solid foundation to start my own business. From searching for inspiration and developing a concept, drawing designs and selecting fabrics, producing garments and planning a runway show, to even setting up the pricing and marketing strategies, I’ve learnt everything about making a fashion collection from studying at RMIT. Me and my design team are still following similar steps and processes when designing a brand new collection.
I am very glad that I decided to study at RMIT!
What were the most rewarding aspects of your time studying abroad in Melbourne?
[Studying in Melbourne], I got to experience different cultures, receive a different education, visit local museums and art galleries and see plays and performances. Those are the things that I look back on with great fondness.
From my personal growth perspective, studying in Melbourne helped me broaden my horizons and gained a deeper understanding of diversity. After finishing my study at RMIT, I started to do things more patiently.