Deepa Machaiah

Deepa, from India, is studying Master of Engineering in Industrial Computer Systems and Instrumentation and Control at Murdoch University

Deepa Machaiah

Deepa, a postgraduate student from India, is currently completing her Master of Engineering at Murdoch University’s Perth campus. Having previously completed a Bachelor in Electronics and Communication Engineering, Deepa has spent the last 10 years working in the Engineering field.

"I have always been passionate about problem solving and innovation, so I chose to pursue my Master degree in Engineering. The desire to upskill and specialise in the Engineering field is what initially lead me to research good universities. I chose to study at Murdoch because it provides a high standard of industry-relevant courses, which I thought was perfect to upgrade my skills in line with my previous study and work experience.

"The Murdoch Engineering facilities are state-of-the-art. Industry relevant courses and laboratory facilities such as the Bayer Pilot Plant, Embedded Control labs and the PLC labs, provide real-world experience and helps me to think outside the box. The course structure is well balanced with theory and practical components and there is a great emphasis on the practical aspects in Engineering. The practical exposure to industry standard systems gives an added benefit and the course provides me with the opportunity to advance my skills further with incredible real-world infrastructure and facilities.

"My experience at Murdoch has been wonderful. Murdoch provides lots of job opportunities on campus, which is a great deal of help for students, and the campus is so relaxing. I have been able to make friends from different countries and I love the fact the university is so multicultural. Thursday is my favourite day on campus as you get to see lots of different age groups trying to do a lot of activities on Bush Court, which personally for me, is very inspiring and motivating."

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