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Ms. Anchalee Laiprasert
Master of Information Technology
What was your undergraduate degree and where did you complete it? What year did you complete it?
Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Engineering) from Chiang Mai University, completed in year 2008.
What aspects do you enjoy most in your graduate study with the University of Melbourne?
The creativity and there is no boundary of thinking. Every class and every project, I am allowed and encouraged to think out of the box.
What does studying in the University of Melbourne mean for you?
I learn a new thing every day, not only from the class but also from people around me. I am so lucky to be surrounded by many of great people and that makes want to improve and believe in myself.
How do you think you will benefit from your graduate study at the University of Melbourne?
I gain lots of experience from studying here; from how to be independent and how to work as a team. I have a chance to know and work with many intelligent people and this gives me confidence to share my opinion.
Describe your experience living in Melbourne, studying at the University of Melbourne and the support services made available to you.
Melbourne is the most livable city in the world, and to stay here is another benefit that I get. However, study in the foreign language is not easy, but I take it as another challenge, and it is fun to learn and improve every day. Many subjects that I have enrolled were tough for me at the start but here, in The University of Melbourne, my teachers and my friends teach me to look at things in different way, and this becomes the best part of studying.