Debora Cornelia

Debora Cornelia‌Subject: Aerospace Engineering

Ever since I was 10 years old I wanted to be an engineer just like Mr Soekarno, the first President of Indonesia who was a Civil Engineer.

I am a mature student and I would set an example to other women out there that with education, courage and determination, women are able to be whoever they want to be. Even after marriage, they can be an engineer, a mother and a wife. 

I would like to help other people who needed help with the skills that I learn during my study, through Engineering without borders and to be a lecturer to transfer my knowledge to other people. 

Aimee Berry

Aimee Berry‌Subject: Chemical Engineering

While doing work experience with SPECIFIC, I was shocked at how little women were in the company and from then I knew I wanted to become a chemical engineer.

During my time at SPECIFIC I did research in to titanium dioxide nanoparticles.

It's great to study by the beach and I've recently joined the Engineering society. The lectures are really interactive and the physics and mechanics side is very interesting.

After my degree I hope to go in to research in solar and renewable energy.

Isabel Bolingbroke

IsabelSubject: Medical Engineering

Alongside medical engineering, I am particularly interested in renewable energy and the engineering behind it and being able to learn more about what we can do help prevent further climate change.

My ultimate goal is to make and design sports prosthetics and specially adapted wheelchairs (for those who are unable to but wish to participate in sports).

That way everyone has the opportunity to experience the fun and learn the importance of exercise and working in a team, no matter what.

I like the Campus as it's so new and i've also joined the Medical engineering society.

Rachael Olatunji

Rachael OlatunjiSubject: Medical Engineering

I like the challenging aspect of engineering, how rewarding and satisfying it may be to solve a problem presented to you.

Also I am appealed to the different types of skills I can pick up from it for example designing on 2D CAD software and an expansion of the maths I have learnt at A level.

I hope in the future to inspire other generations into considering the field of engineering, as I was inspired by women in STEM for example Michelle Khine and Judith Resnik.

In Swansea the beach is just 1 minute from lectures which is great. I hope to do a Masters after my degree and then hopefully have a startup company.