Nhat Hoang Huynh
Course: Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical and Pharmaceutical)
Challenging and amazing, I have lots of memories about my time at uni Adelaide. I’m grateful for the guidance from my lecturers, the friendships I have strengthened by teamwork, and opportunities from social activities. The University helps me become more productive and more confident to follow my goal – become an engineer.
“ As I know, Uni Adelaide is well known by its high standards and diversity. Multi-cultural and dynamic environment provides a great social life and lots of opportunity to work in team.”
Why did you choose your degree?
My interests in biology and chemistry lead me to choose pharmaceutical engineering, which is promising in terms of medical applications, pharmaceutical process improvement, affordable drug/ medication. Working in health/ pharmaceutical industry can also help to improve the health standards.
Why did you choose to study at the University of Adelaide?
There is an agreement between Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology, Viet Nam and University of Adelaide, Australia about Pharmaceutical Engineering Degree. I studied my first two years in Vietnam then I transferred to Uni Adelaide to complete the rest.
As I know, Uni Adelaide is well known by its high standards and diversity. Multi-cultural and dynamic environment provides a great social life and lots of opportunity to work in team.
What do you enjoy about your degree/time at uni?
So far so good, the best thing about uni is 24/7 access which makes me become more productive. I’m not a morning person so I usually work at night.
What do you hope to do in the future once you are qualified?
As an engineer, I will apply for a position in health industry. My goal is to help other people. If possible, I will do my master degree at Uni Adelaide