Graduates: where they are now

Morgan Roe - graduate profile

I managed to get my name in the credits for the BAFTA winning film Wallace and Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death.

Robotics Engineer at Engineered Arts.

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Morgan Roe

Rajshekar Prabhakar – MSc Robotics Technology graduate

Hack-a-thons and mini-projects, along with strong understanding of fundamentals, is very important for a great career in this industry.

Since graduating from his postgraduate degree at Plymouth, Rajshekar has gone on to work as an electrical engineer for Carnegie Robotics LLC in the US

Rajshekar Prabhakar's profile
Rajshekar Prabhakar

Kabul Maharjan - graduate profile

I don’t think I would have been where I am today if I hadn’t decided to study at University of Plymouth

Software Development Engineer, Cooper Research Technologies

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Kabul Maharjan with his final year project

Joel Gibbard - graduate profile

During my final year project I’ve learnt a great deal about analogue electronics, signal processing, and mechanical engineering. The technical support is excellent. I was provided with financial support for the final year project which was brilliant.

Applications Engineer, National Instruments

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Joel Gibbard, with the robotic hand he made for his final year project
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