The best thing about my course at Surrey was the modules. Medical engineering combined two of my biggest interests. It was very interesting to see how they interacted and how engineering can benefit the human body.
During my time at Surrey I gained independence and was able to prove to myself that I could achieve what I wanted. University allowed me to develop a lot of interpersonal skills and, from an engineering perspective, to solve complex engineering problems.
I’m currently a development engineer at Zimmer Biomet. The department I work in is for prosthetic hips. In my job I get so many opportunities to put my degree to use in a working environment. While I was at Surrey I was very interested in a module that focused on prosthetics. This keen interested led me to getting my job at Zimmer Biomet.