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Meet some of our current students and graduates in information technology.
Bachelor of Information Technology
Adrian Mace followed his passion for all things electronic. The self-confessed ‘IT Guy’ is majoring in Systems Administration and has brought some amazing ideas to life through group projects.
Master of Information Technology
Andrew Finlayson decided to switch careers and follow his passion for IT. Studying his masters at RMIT has provided him with many valuable skills and he is eager to break into the industry.
Associate degree in Information Technology
Andrew Hewitt is serious about turning his computing hobby into a profession. At RMIT, he’s learning everything from networking to programming and is on track for a career as a software engineer.
Ayush Garg is studying a Master of Information Technology at RMIT after completing his undergraduate studies in India.
Associate Degree in Information Technology
Fiona Tay has taken her early interest in computing to a certificate to an associate degree, and even into work experience supporting apps for RMIT.
Certificate IV in Information Technology Networking
James Ovens came to RMIT after struggling to get into the job market. Now, he’s not only about to complete a qualification, he’s picked up work in his field.
Jin Hu is increasing her career prospects through industry based projects and networking opportunities whilst studying her Master of Information Technology.
Bachelor of Technology (Computing Studies)
Fascinated by computers, Johnny Hajj decided to study computing studies at RMIT. The program has helped him develop his knowledge and improve the service at his own small business.
Joshua Beale is studying a Bachelor of IT and is part of the CSIT mentoring program.
Joshua Cruz is interested in learning more about how business works. He’s chosen to get into the field of IT for a chance to work with some of the biggest businesses in the world.
The Associate Degree in Information Technology has opened up all the options Kimberley Johnson wanted to find her place in the IT industry.
After completing a Bachelor of Technology (Computer Science) in India, Kunal Hemrajani decided to study a Master of Information Technology at RMIT.
Mastercard Smart Cities Hackathon winner Kyle Mantesso, is using the skills he gained at RMIT in his role as Senior Analyst Programmer at NAB Labs.
Nour Albtaddini likes to get involved. Through group assigments and the staff-student committee, he's finding his program isn't just a first step in an IT career.
Having a background in IT, Peter Lawson wanted to deepen his knowledge in the field, and specialise in areas that are of particular appeal to his strengths and interests.
Sarah Longhurst is combining her passion for IT and entrepreneurship and is gaining valuable industry experience while completing her degree.
With a job lined up prior to graduation, Shanika Mahawela explains that studying a Bachelor of IT is not only about the coursework but also about the social and personal experience.
Yuhang Sun is making the most of the industry based projects in the Master of Information Technology to develop the skills and experience employers will value when he graduates.