Get in touch
What was your favourite memory in UCC?
The Diwali event and the RAG week.
How did your time at UCC help you to get to where you are now?
UCC has a big hand in where I am today. I met so many like minded people in the university. The Career services helped me optimise the CV. My course Professors helped plan the industry visits and responded quickly when asked for references & feedback.
What is your advice to current UCC students? What person/people at UCC had the most positive influence on you?
Student life is one of the most interesting time of our lives, so we have to enjoy our time in university. Exams, marks, jobs are all part of it. Don’t stress too much about it, as all will fall in place when you give your 100%. My classmates and my housemates made my life in UCC wonderful. We spent about 12 to 14 hours between class and lab work with our classmates. When I went back home, it was my housemates who were like my family.
Were you involved in any Clubs or Societies?
Yes, I was the founding member of UCC Indian society. And later was one of the founding member of UCC alumni. During my course I joined the badminton club.
What are you currently working on?
I work as SME (Subject Matter Expert) for ProSys Group. We manufacture custom built medical machinery for pharmaceutical Industry. Before my current position I held various sales position in aseptic division for Mid-Atlantic USA and Canada.