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Jaisy dreams of creating his own engineering marvels

This article appears in: Engineering, Studying in Australia
Jaisy Story

From an early age, Jaisy's fascination with the world's grand infrastructure sparked a curiosity within him. From the pyramids of Giza to futuristic wonders like Dubai's Burj Khalifa and Saudi Arabia's The Line, he wanted to know how these structures were made and how could he create his own architectural marvels.

With a vision to contribute to the creation of iconic structures, Jaisy set his sights on a Bachelor of Engineering Honours at Charles Darwin University.

Choosing Darwin as his study destination was no coincidence. The Top End's tropical climate, reminiscent of his Bangladesh hometown of Chattogram, made it an ideal place to embark on his academic journey.

Enriching experiences

Jaisy Story

Jaisy received the prestigious Vice-Chancellor High Achievers Scholarship, bringing him a boost of self-confidence as he began a new experience in Australia. 

It has eased financial burdens and allowed me to put more time and effort towards my studies.

Embracing the multicultural community of Darwin, he has found immense scope for personal growth and diverse learning experiences.

CDU's warm and welcoming environment has also been a key factor in Jaisy's journey. He found great support from the student body and faculty, particularly the CDU Engineering Students Society, which facilitated meaningful interactions and unforgettable experiences.

"I have already joined two events with the CDU Engineering Students Society, and I look forward to more similar opportunities," he says.

Advice to new students 

Jaisy Story

Adapting to a different curriculum and study approach proved challenging for Jaisy. Nonetheless, his resilience and determination led him to overcome these obstacles.

He offers the following advice to future students:

Don't shy away and be afraid to ask for help and not to miss opportunities in fear of failure.

Upon completing his degree, Jaisy hopes to join the workforce and contribute his expertise to various projects across the globe.

He aspires to positively impact communities through his passion for engineering and determination to build a better world.

Interested in studying engineering in Australia? Contact us today to find out more about Charles Darwin University more.

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