Two years later I got a global, permanent position as a Project Engineer
I graduated from high school and I was awarded the Curtin Engineering Excellence Scholarship beginning 2010. I was unsure whether to continue in engineering as I was shocked by what the course was like… I was not so strong with physics. I decided to stick with it, and got a chance to do an exchange semester on the Intercultural Exchange for Mechatronic Engineering Excellence program in 2013, and wrote my thesis at the Technical University of Munich. I came back to share my story through the Curtin International Office at 2013, met a friend who was doing his exchange from TUM that semester, kept in touch, and two years later got a global, permanent position as a Project Engineer at the company he was working for!