|Mrs. Sabiha Sultana Marine (Study Leave)|
|B. Sc. Fisheries (Hons.), M.S. in Fisheries Technology and Quality Control, Doctoral Researcher at Central Queensland University of Australia|
From the very beginning of my tertiary education, I had a strong inspiration and motivation to engage myself in education and research. This particular ambition influenced me to choose a research-based carrier at SAU. I feel fortunate enough to get the opportunity to pursue my doctoral study at an early stage of my research career in Australia, one of the world’s leading education providers in the current world perspective. Research is the foundation for the development of knowledge. As a researcher, I was and is engaged with multidisciplinary research activities that broaden my level of understanding and expertise in some particular aspects of Fisheries Science. At the end of my postgraduate research journey, I believe, I would be pretty confident and intellectually capable enough to run independent and collaborative research projects in various cross-cutting issues of fisheries and environment at local, national and global perspectives. The opportunity of higher study would be a great opportunity for me to acquire in-depth knowledge in my area of interest and transfer the same to hundreds of my fellow students in Bangladesh in building up their career and ensuring sustainable management of fisheries resources.