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).
Master of Engineering (Airworthiness), Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace Engineering) (Honours)
A postgraduate degree will give you the required skills and knowledge for your future career, so you should give it your best in the pursuit of your dreams.
I’ve always been interested in aircraft and my dream has been to run an airline.
I came to Australia to study aerospace engineering. Initially I studied English, before completing a foundation course. It was during this time that I realised RMIT was the best university for me.
As part of my Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace Engineering) (Honours), I completed work experience in the engineering department at National Aviation Services (NAS) in Kuwait.
I decided to undertake further studies and complete a Master of Engineering (Airworthiness), so I could continue to develop my knowledge and skills, while specialising in airworthiness.
I’m looking forward to finishing my studies and working for an aviation company to gain practical experience and to apply what I’ve learned. In the future, my dream job would be to be a CEO for an aviation company.