I chose to study the Master of Translating and Interpreting at RMIT, as it was the only university in the world at the time that provided a program in my niche interest.
The study facilities offered to Higher Degree by Research candidates are excellent. It’s a supportive environment, and the team of researchers is unique.
“Work experience during my course really gave me an advantage. I found a job a lot quicker than my friends studying at other universities.”
RMIT has a mix of the academic and industrial world. Almost all my professors have a background in industry or currently work in the aviation industry.
Why did I choose Melbourne? It’s the world’s most liveable city and every nationality is welcomed here with open hands. I would love to live here for the rest of my life.
Every culture in every country is different. When you move to a new city, it speaks to you. I love exploring Melbourne. There is always something new to experience. Something new to try.
I had been thinking of having a research career since finishing my bachelor degree, but did not really pursue it until I learned about the opportunity at RMIT.
RMIT has a global reputation for excellence in professional and vocational education, applied research, and engagement with the needs of industry and the community.
Ranked among the world’s top 100 universities for Civil and Structural Engineering, RMIT is one of Australia’s leading destinations to study the design, construction and management of urban spaces.
Among the world's top 150 universities in Engineering (Mechanical, Aeronautical and Manufacturing). QS World University Rankings 2017
As one of Australia’s highly-regarding teaching centres for Electrical and Electronic engineering, RMIT is ranked among the top 50 teaching institutions for programs in this area worldwide.