Studying Civil Engineering in the United States, Chase Langlois spent a semester abroad and took on a wide variety of classes at RMIT Melbourne.
RMIT University, Melbourne
The faculty and students make RMIT feel like a second home. Everyone here is super kind and would do anything to make your experience more memorable.
“I wanted to experience something new while studying in a new environment. This semester has done so much for me, allowing me to grow both personally and academically”.
By studying modules that interested him including International Business, Photography and Australian Culture, Chase feels that these non-core classes have prepared him for his future career. With aspirations of becoming an international civil engineer his subject choice helped him to explore different cultures and economies.
Chase attended the Student Learning Advisor Mentors (SLAM) groups. “My sessions at SLAMS has allowed me to excel in my classes and gain a deeper understanding of the material”.
During his time in Melbourne, he attended some of the many social events organised by the University and made friends from every corner of the globe.