Hear from your fellow students about what's next for them
VISUAL: RMIT PIXEL. TRANSITIONS INTO RMIT SHAPES.
TEXT ON SCREEN: “DEEPANSHU”
AUDIO: AMBIENT MUSIC
VISUAL: INSIDE. CLOSE UP HEADSHOT OF DEEPANSHU TALKING TO CAMERA. NAS BUILDING IN THE BACKGROUND.
My name is Deepanshu Jain and I'm from India. It's been two years in Australia and I'm doing my Masters of Analytics from RMIT City Campus.
TEXT ON SCREEN: "WHAT'S THE BIGGEST DIFFERENCE IN YOU NOW, COMPARED TO WHEN YOU STARTED HERE?"
I'm more mature today. When I see my life in general. The approaches I take and the problem solving skills I've achieved from RMIT is exceptionally amazing. When I came here I wasn't very much talkative and I used to not talk to people and not make many friends.
But right now I have so many friends from different diversities, from different geographies. And we share a lot of ideas and play along around the union. It has been an amazing journey as of now.
TEXT ON SCREEN: "HOW HAS RMIT HELPED YOU PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE?"
I would say the well rounded trainings and the well rounded course content and the professional environment that RMIT has been maintaining and making us teach has been amazing. Also with the personalised resume and events that have been carried every week by RMIT has really helped me.
TEXT ON SCREEN: "WHAT'S NEXT? HOW DO YOU PLAN TO SPEND NEXT YEAR?"
So after my graduation I will be applying for my graduate work visa. That will help me fetch a job in Australia for the next two years. So I'm also finding jobs at Careerhub portals by RMIT. It has certainly helped me with my part time job which is in the RMIT itself.
TEXT ON SCREEN: "WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF THE LIFELONG CONNECTIONS YOU'VE MADE AT RMIT?"
The obvious benefit of the lifelong connection is that they are lifelong and they're gonna stick with me for a while. Also from my managers to my friends working in different industries and different backgrounds, whenever we meet we share different ideas and that helped me get different perspectives and different understanding of each and every person. So that's the basic and the most important benefit from the lifelong connections which I have.
TEXT ON SCREEN: "IF YOU COULD GO BACK TO WHEN YOU STARTED AT RMIT, WHAT PIECE OF ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE YOURSELF?"
The one piece of advance I would give to everyone is just try everything. Just don't sit back and think, why should I try this or give a second thought about it. Just don't do that and just remember if you don't even achieve anything, you will actually achieve a lot of experience, which is really important. And that will really help you to get in future where you want to be.
VISUAL: RMIT PIXEL, WHICH THEN EXPLODES INTO SMALLER RMIT SHAPES, BEFORE TRANSITIONING INTO FULL COLOUR POSITIVE RMIT LOGO.
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