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Tell us about yourself

Wanting to extend his studies, Ranjan Rishi Chambial chose to study postgraduate electrical and electronic engineering at RMIT (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University) because of the degree’s practical focus and international opportunities.

What did you study and how did you end up in such an offbeat, unconventional and uncommon career?

After completing a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) with Computer Science in BITS Dubai, I was looking to extend my studies in electrical and electronics engineering.
I decided to study at RMIT as I heard about the Universities unique blend of theoretical and practical teaching. One of the other reasons was the RMIT International Industry Experience and Research Program (RIEERP) that offers students an opportunity to do part of their studies overseas.

At RMIT I’ve been able to use some great facilities. The Power Electronics Lab in Building 57 has given me hands-on experience working with power convertors and electrical energy conversion systems.

What are your future plans?

My postgraduate studies will make me technically sound and also update me with the current technology being used in the field of electrical and electronics. My main focus is to become an electronics system engineer in the automotive industry, dealing with various sensors, Engine Control Units and also the electrical power conversion system (Powertrain). Most of my courses and electives from my Masters relate to this field so it will provide me with the knowledge to be successful in this industry.

Tell us about your internship

Iam currently working as an intern at Fujitsu Technology Solutions in Germany