Since leaving home to study in France and China – and probably in the weeks preceding that – I underwent a tremendous shift in my circumstances. The Brexit (that woefully […]
Life has recently taken a decidedly different turn. After graduating in Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering in 2012, I worked as a water treatment engineer for 2 years, travelling from […]
One of the most common questions that I receive is from engineering students – or recent graduates – who are trying to figure out what they want to do with their lives.
“How do you get a job working as a travelling engineer?”
Time working abroad either as an expatriate deployment or on a short term internship, for example through the IAESTE program as I did when I worked in Mongolia, certainly it isn’t […]
We have determined that your academic background did not meet the published minimum entrance requirements… And with that, 6 months of preparation and eager anticipation were abruptly snuffed out. The […]
Attending the TBEX conference in Toronto, I and a few other bloggers I get on well with noted that during the Q&A slots at the end of each session, again […]
It had been a long, hot walk (of several miles) through Moscow when I finally set eyes on Moscow State University – one of Stalin’s “Seven Sisters”. The Soviet-style skyscraper […]