After studying production engineering at home in Venezuela, Maria Grisanti enrolled in RMIT’s Masters of Engineering Management, impressed by the balance of subjects and vibrant CBD location.
Master of Engineering (Management)
I would love to work for an international company to have multicultural experiences of the industry, whether travelling or working in another country. I love what I do because I make things happen!
I studied production engineering in Venezuela and wanted to take a step forward in my studies and build my professional potential.
I felt that a postgraduate qualification would give me the skills and knowledge required to find great work opportunities in the future!
Production engineering interests me because it involves learning about different areas of study in order to know how things work.
I’ve undertaken two internships as part of my course, both in large plants. The first involved working in lean manufacturing and continuous improvement, the second, in procurement improving the supply of the plant and reducing stock levels.
These experiences helped me to learn how to understand processes and the needs of the team, in order to propose improvements and develop tools for them.
I’m motivated, curious and a quick thinker. I hope to have a dynamic job, perhaps as a consultant, so that I can work on many different projects.
When I graduate, I would love to work for an international company to have multicultural experiences of the industry, whether travelling or working in another culture.
I love what I do because I make things happen!