Yutong Wang is undertaking postgraduate studies in the specialised field of international automotive engineering.
Master of Engineering (International Automotive Engineering)
The integration of classroom learning and workplace experience provides students with the problem-solving skills needed for their future career.
After studying undergraduate mechatronics engineering in China, I decided to undertake postgraduate study to further my skills and knowledge in a specialised field.
I chose RMIT because the University is a leader in mechanical and automotive engineering. Also Australia is known as a multicultural society and I really enjoy exploring new cultures.
The highlight of my studies has been gaining hands-on experience in the various experimental facilities. The Noise and Vibration Laboratory and Green Engines Research Laboratory are awesome. These facilities help me gain a deeper understanding of the theory. The integration of classroom learning and workplace experience provides students with the problem-solving skills needed for their future career.
Currently I am working on my final year project, which is related to the influence of vehicle vibration on human drowsiness. I have learnt quite a lot of practical knowledge and skills that will be helpful in my future career.