Celebrating our graduates - Harsh Jain

Celebrating our graduates - Harsh Jain

Described by his educators as a student that epitomises integrity, impact and curiosity, Harsh is an outstanding graduate at RMIT.

RMIT Graduate Harsh Jain in graduate cap and gown in front of RMIT building. RMIT graduate Harsh Jain.

Harsh is an international student that has made an incredible contribution to RMIT life. He consistently volunteers to help others and gets involved in activities that benefit the greater good. His participation in peer mentoring, promotional videos, activity supporting, sport and peer mentor training earned him four nominations for the RUSU Peer Support Award.

We chatted with Harsh on all things RMIT, graduating with a Bachelor of Business (Information Systems), and his favourite memories as a student.

“I’m very excited to graduate, it means new adventures and a new phase of life! I will miss my time at RMIT.”

“Apart from all the events, club activities and parties, my favourite highlight at RMIT was working as a Peer Mentor for Business Undergraduate students. It allowed me to share both my academic and cheerful experiences with other students and get to know them better.”

Working while studying provided a great opportunity for Harsh to balance his academics with work and helped him build up his communication and time management skills. These opportunities proved to be an invaluable skillset that helped him land his current part time job.

“I am a person who likes to grab as many opportunities as possible to interact with people and make new friends.

I believe that knowledge is best utilised when shared. This is something that kept me motivated to create an impact by helping other students out.”

16 December 2021


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