Of all the existing careers today, engineering is among the most complicated. There are many reasons to consider them this way, but for each of them, there is also a reason to study it.
In addition to engineering being characterized by a much larger number of math-related subjects, the other classes included in higher education programs also tend to be quite complicated.
In my career, I have been faced with various subjects that require a lot of reading, knowing important facts, and training your mind so that you can understand them well.
And as if that were not enough, within the various classes that are taken, it is common to find problems that require knowledge of other subjects to solve, which only emphasizes the fact that an engineering student has to develop skills that help to learn and understand, to be able to relate said knowledge.
However, like any challenge in life, great sacrifices also bring great satisfaction, and I can safely say that studying engineering is one of the greatest achievements of my life.
Of course, all this does not prevent you from asking yourself “how hard is it really to study engineering?”. As expected, the answer is a bit complicated, but that’s why here are some points that you should keep in mind to know if it is really difficult to study it. Let’s get started!
Like any area of knowledge, in engineering, it is necessary to start with the simplest elements and from there, gradually climb towards the most difficult or complex elements.
I am not going to lie to you, throughout my career, I have come across topics that have seemed very difficult to me, and after studying for hours and hours it seems that I cannot master them. However, over time I have realized that many times these problems arise due to the fact that I am not clear about some previous knowledge that is of vital importance to understanding the most advanced topics.
For this reason, it is clear that engineering itself is not as difficult as one might believe, however, it is necessary to master the basic knowledge, especially in subjects related to mathematics, so that you can continue with your studies successfully and smoothly.
In a nutshell, it’s not that engineering itself is that difficult, but if you don’t understand simple topics, complex topics will almost certainly be labyrinthine.
Applications for International Women In Maritime Engineering Scholarship 2022 is ongoing!
There has never been a better time for women to take up exciting careers in one of engineering’s most challenging and rewarding fields – Maritime Engineering. To increase female participation in maritime engineering programs, the National Centre for Maritime Engineering and Hydrodynamics (NCMEH), Australia’s premier maritime engineering facility at the University of Tasmania’s specialist institute, the Australian Maritime College (AMC), is offering great scholarships to future engineering women.
To apply successfully, kindly read through this piece to learn the full details about this scholarship- the eligibility criteria, requirements, application deadline, and more. This might be a chance for you to become a scholar of this prestigious award.
Who is Eligible for Women In Maritime Engineering Scholarship?
Scholarships are available for international female students who apply to study in the Bachelor of Maritime Engineering (Specialization) (Honors) (24V1) for 2022, majoring in Naval Architecture, Ocean Engineering, or Marine and Offshore Engineering on the Launceston campus, and who meet the scholarship eligibility requirements. Not available to applicants entering with advanced standing.
Scholarships are also available for international female students who are eligible to commence the Master of Engineering (Maritime Design) (27B1) on the Launceston campus in Semester 1 or 2, 2022. Not available to applicants entering with advanced standing.
Please click here to view the Terms and Conditions.
To retain this award, recipients must remain enrolled full-time (100%) in the approved course of study and achieve a minimum Pass (4.0/7.0) result in each unit for the duration they are in receipt of the scholarship.
Women In Maritime Engineering Scholarship- Value
Undergraduate students: Recipients will receive one payment of $4,000 each semester ($8,000 in total), to be used towards educational costs – this will be paid directly into the student’s Australian bank account shortly after census date each semester.
Postgraduate students: Recipients will receive one payment of $4,000, to be used towards educational costs – this will be paid directly into the student’s Australian bank account shortly after the census date of the first semester.
1 or 2 semesters.
How to Apply for Women In Maritime Engineering Scholarship
Students are assessed automatically for the International Women in Maritime Engineering Scholarship upon submission of their International Student Application, there is no need to submit a separate scholarship application.
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Inquiries should be directed to Your.Study@utas.edu.au.
Closes Deadline has not been announced