A Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences struck Ameena Jabbar as the best way to combine her passion for helping people and commitment to research.
Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Intern, Western Health - Sunshine Hospital
Education is the most powerful weapon, which is used to change the world.
Science has always been my passion, so by the time I left high school I knew it was what I wanted to study.
Ever since I was a teenager I wanted to get into the medical research field. I saw the Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences as an opportunity to develop new medicines to help people recover from illnesses and return their lives to normal.
The pharmaceutical sciences program is at the centre of biomedical sciences, where I can learn the skills to improve human health and wellbeing by researching and developing more reliable, accessible and effective treatment and products.
RMIT University has made the transition from school to university so easy for Prospective students by providing Open day. Open day at RMIT has allowed me to get a broad view about different courses and facilities on offer at the campus. They have amazing and friendly people helping students through the challenges of adapting to a more independent form of study. You have opportunity to meet new people from different background and make new friends
Lecturers or professors are not the only support you have available, also from the staff and services at the library. I’ve also been able to attend career network forums and training opportunities that will hopefully help me move into my chosen career.
In the future I hope to work within the pharmaceutical industry, working closely with passionate colleagues who are committed to solving important problems, and willing to pass their knowledge on to graduates.