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Meet some of our current students and graduates in aerospace engineering and aviation.
Master of Engineering (Airworthiness); Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace Engineering) (Honours)
Aerospace engineering graduate Abdul Majid Nazli is taking his interest in the aviation industry further, pursuing postgraduate studies with a Master of Engineering (Airworthiness).
Master of Engineering (Aerospace)
Ahmed Abdul Hakeem enrolled in RMIT's Master of Engineering (Aerospace) to keep up with new technology in the industry.
Associate Degree in Aviation (Professional Pilots)
Alana Barrer didn’t want a workplace that just stayed on the ground. With the Associate Degree in Aviation (Professional Pilots), her career is literally taking off.
Advanced Diploma of Engineering (Aeronautical)
Interested in engineering from a young age, Alejandro Pastore Rodriguez completed the Advanced Diploma of Engineering (Aeronautical) and is now enrolled in the bachelor program.
Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace Engineering) (Honours)
Ashim Panta's degree in aerospace engineering is already taking him around the globe with an exchange semester in China and industry placement in France.
Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace Engineering) (Honours)/Bachelor of Business (Management)
A passion for the aviation industry brought Chamendra Amarasinghe to Australia to study a double degree in aerospace engineering and management, now his studies are taking him around the globe.
Bachelor of Applied Science (Aviation)
From a young age, Chui Tung Mak (Jackie) has had a passion for aviation. By studying the Bachelor of Applied Science (Aviation), she hopes to make her own mark on the industry.
David Dalzotto has realised his childhood dream, gaining a Commercial Pilots License. He’s now looking forward to flying around Australia and eventually the world as a pilot with a major airline.
David Purser has combined international travel with industry work experience as part of his double degree in aerospace engineering and business management.
Master of Engineering (Airworthiness)
After studying aeronautical engineering in Venezuela, Diana Vallee is expanding her career with specialist postgraduate studies in airworthiness.
Having developed a passion for aviation at a young age, Humaid Al Mazam came from United Arab Emirates to study RMIT’s Bachelor of Applied Science (Aviation).
Intrigued by how aviation makes the world feel smaller and brings people together, Husam Kharoufah is studying the Bachelor of Applied Science (Aviation).
Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace) (Honours)/Bachelor of Business (Management)
With an interest for maths, Hyacinth Jimenez was encouraged to consider a career in engineering. She hopes an aerospace engineering career will take her across the globe.
Ishraj S. Inderjeet has a long list of awards, achievements and accolades to his name, and many of them stem from his time studying for a Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace Engineering) (Honours).
For Jack Hay to achieve his childhood dream of flying the big planes, he had to undergo specific training. At RMIT, he not only found it, but also the interpersonal skills to make it in the big time.
Jess Dettmer's childhood dream of flying is now becoming a reality, thanks to her study of the Associate Degree in Aviation (Professional Pilots) at RMIT.
Michael Zhang likes both the big and small pictures when it comes to his passion for flight. Through his aviation degree he's looking at a whole range of aspects to running an aviation company.
A decorated career in the Colombian Air Force earned Jose Martinez Diaz a full scholarship from the Colombian Government and Defence Ministry to complete his Master overseas.
Bachelor of Engineering (Aeospace Engineering) (Honours)
After deciding he needed a challenge, Joshua Witbreuk is studying a degree in aerospace engineering which he hopes will take him around the world, or even to the stars.
Kariza Martin's passion for aerospace engineering started at a young age. Now, at RMIT, she's learning how to apply her passion for flight to a highly-competitive industry.
Bachelor of Applied Science (Aviation)/Bachelor of Business (Management)
Kerry Phillips has always been excited by aviation, moving interstate to study a double degree in aviation and management at RMIT.
Lance Fang is making the most out of his aerospace engineering degree, including undertaking an internship in China and being part of the RMIT UAS Research Team.
While studying an undergraduate degree in aerospace engineering, Liam Murphy developed a range of valuable skills by engaging in international design competitions.
Advanced Diploma of Aeronautical Engineering
A passion for space exploration is motivating Matthew Williamson to study aeronautical engineering, where he’s learning more about the aerospace industry and aiming to work commercial space projects.
All kids want to be able to fly, but Michael Walsh is turning that childhood dream into reality with an Associate Degree in Aviation (Professional Pilots).
Michelle Alvares has put a lot of hard work into her program, the Advanced Diploma of Engineering (Aeronautical). Now she’s seeing some of the first rewards.
The desire for practical study of unmanned aircraft systems led Patrick to choose RMIT.
Master of Engineering (Airworthiness), Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace Engineering) (Honours)
With a dream of being CEO for an aviation company, Salem Almousawi is taking his aerospace engineering studies to the next level by studying the Master of Engineering (Airworthiness).
Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace) (Honours) / Bachelor of Business (Management)
A career in the field of space technology and exploration would be a dream come true for engineering / business student Sebastian Lin.
Wanting to progress in his career at an airline, Syed Amjad Ali decided to study the Master of Engineering (Aerospace and Aviation).
PhD (Aerospace Engineering)
With extensive industry experience, Trevor Kistan is furthering research in air traffic management systems through a PhD in aerospace engineering.
Uzmaan Nazeem doesn’t believe in aiming low. He dreams of being the CEO of Sri Lankan airlines, and believes the combination of aviation and business degrees will help his career take off.
After working as an aircraft mechanic, Vimal Alagappasamy is studying the Bachelor of Applied Science (Aviation) with the aim of furthering his career in the aviation industry.
William Crompton's undergraduate studies in aviation have already taken him overseas. With his passion for the industry, the sky’s the limit.
Having co-founded VicHyper while at RMIT, Zac McClelland graduated straight into his role as Managing Director and continues to lead the team towards achieving Australia’s first Hyperloop.