Setting aside interest in architecture for the blue sky


(3 June 2016, Friday) Ms Nurul Shakinah Rosman, a 23-year-old graduate from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, decided to change her job in order to fulfil her father’s dream. Instead of working in an architectural firm, the second child in a family of four siblings is now training to be a pilot at the Nelson Aviation College, in New Zealand. After graduating from NAFA, Nurul worked in an architectural company for almost two years. Although architecture is her interest, she realized that her first love was still the aviation field. Braving criticism, she applied to five aviation schools with the strong support of her parents. She was accepted by all five schools but chose Nelson Aviation College in the end because of their course structure.

Media: Berita Harian, Page 19

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