Nemanja Ajvaz has always been interested in computer hardware and networks. AT RMIT, he found a program that transforms his passion in career opportunities.
Advanced Diploma of Computer Systems Engineering
Because my program is so hands-on, I'm confident that what I'm learning will enable me to find a great job in my field once I've finished studying.
I am driven. I am focused. I am creative.
I’ve always been interested in computers and experimenting with their components and configurations to get the most efficient results. At RMIT, I can explore my passion because of my program’s emphasis on practical learning.
The working world wants people who can not only think but actually do. Because my program is so hands-on, I’m confident that what I’m learning will enable me to find a great job in my field once I’ve finished studying.
I’ve spent countless hours in class and out of it just configuring and experimenting on equipment that’s actually used in industry. Every time I learn a new set of configurations or procedures, I can apply it straight away. And the great thing about computer engineering is that if something doesn’t work, I get instant feedback from the equipment and can correct it.
I’ve especially enjoyed working with the Cisco networking equipment because it’s so responsive. Next year, I’m hoping to articulate into the Bachelor of Engineering (Computer & Network Engineering). At the end of my studies though, I’d really like to become a Cisco Architect and design and configure network architecture for the world’s biggest firms.
I love what I do because it challenges me and always offers up more options to explore.