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Meet some of our current students and graduates in civil engineering.
Bachelor of Engineering (Civil and Infrastructure) (Honours)
The opportunity to gain hands-on experience through work-integrated learning and design projects inspired Agnes George to study civil engineering at RMIT.
Master of Engineering (Structures and Forensics)
Wanting to further his studies, Alistair Little undertook postgraduate studies in structures and forensics. He is now utilising his knowledge working at a structural engineering firm.
After working for many years as a civil engineer, Amin Cheema is furthering his career by studying a specialist postgraduate masters degree in structures and forensics.
PhD (Civil Engineering)
After completing an undergraduate degree in civil engineering, Amit Sagar is completing his PhD researching highway bridge assessment and management.
After deciding to move away from her studies in medicine, Claudia Valle decided to study civil engineering and management at RMIT.
One of RMIT’s brightest stars, award-winning student Eve Smolinska is blazing a trail for women pursuing a career in the engineering industry.
After completing a degree in civil engineering, Felicity Stewart decided to learn about more complex structural engineering problems through the Master of Engineering (Structures and Forensics).
PhD (Civil Engineering), Master of Engineering (Structures and Forensics)
With a wealth of industry experience behind him, Ferid A Yonis is undertaking his PhD to undertake important research in the field of civil engineering.
Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology
For Georgia Chatzi, engineering was a natural fit. Studying the Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology is providing a foundation for her future career and her aim of becoming an AutoCAD designer.
After attending a number of universities' Open Days, James believed the RMIT program was the best specific civil engineering program available.
Master of Engineering (Civil Engineering)
Juhi Nilesh worked as a design structural engineer in Malaysia before enrolling in the Master of Engineering (Civil Engineering).
She has yet to graduate from her civil engineering degree, but already Leena Thavisin is working in her dream job as a Project Engineer at Transurban.
Associate Degree in Engineering Technology
Medina’s passion for maths, physics, chemistry and design made studying civil engineering an easy choice.
Fascinated by the human ability to develop infrastructure and build cities around the world, Nick Yong enrolled in RMIT’s Bachelor of Engineering (Civil and Infrastructure)(Hons.).
Bachelor of Engineering (Civil and Infrastructure) (Honours)/Bachelor of Business (Management)
With a passion for maths, Sherry Ma decided to study a double degree in civil engineering and management. While still studying, she's already gaining heaps of experience in industry.
Talitha wanted to preserve the best of Melbourne's historic buildings. Through her focus on structures and materials in her studies, she’s getting closer to being able to preserve them forever.
Associate Degree in Engineering Technology (Civil)
Timothy Watson’s travels to Europe sparked his interest in the built environment. Now he’s doing what he loves, studying civil engineering and working towards a career in the building industry.
With a passion for physics and engineering, civil engineering student Zack Yarak is giving back to the community mentoring high school students in maths.
Advanced Diploma of Engineering Design
Zaher Mounla Khalil thinks big. Using the Advanced Diploma as his first step to becoming qualified as a civil engineer, he'll soon be tackling some of the biggest projects in the world.