|Krishna Chava: "We have a perfect ambiance and facilities to do research."|
You'll find them designing new systems, managing existing systems, researching and developing new technologies, starting new companies, and, in general, standing at the forefront of activity in networking through out the world. For those who choose to â€śnetwork” within the alumni group, the wealth of knowledge and opportunity can only be imagined.
Read on to learn more about how the Internetworking program has helped graduates in their careers.
"We have a perfect ambience and facilities to do research," says Krishna Chava (2004/05), from India, of his Dalhousie experience.
Adds Weiwei Li, from China: "Dalhousie's Internetworking program can change a novice into a professional in one year."
|Aaron McQuaid: "I made friendships that span the globe."|
Sadiq Yakasaj (2006) is from Nigeria. "Dalhousie University and Halifax as a city gives you a diverse environment to enjoy the year not only studying but having a good time by the side as well."
Shaohua Zhang (2005/06), from China, revelled in the team experience at Dalhousie. "All the complicated configurations," he remarks. "You can never finish them by yourself."
Tan Chen (1998/99) has been working in Nortel Networks as a Global Network Product Support engineer since 2000.
Bin Du (2000/01) works at RBC as Telecom Analyst and Internet Security Analyst. He specializes in network security and Network Intrusion Prevention.
|Toby Field: "The skills I learned in the Internetworking program provided a solid foundation."|
"This program has made me able, capable, determined, innovative and increased my acumen to deliver and enhance my skills," said Aashish Hegde (2004/2005).
Sevinc Tosuner (2000/01) is a Wireless Services Engineer with background in Telecommunications and also in Computer Science.
Doughan Turk (1999/00) works for Bell Canada. He's contributed five patent submissions to the Bell Canada Intellectual property rights portfolio.
"The program demands a lot of the student, but the dedicated student will receive more from it than he or she could ever imagine," says Roger Williams (1999/00) who works for Cisco Systems.
Toby Field (1998/99) works at Aliant, a telecommunications provider in Atlantic Canada, as a service planner to launch new services to both the consumer and business market.