Student Events 2017
EE Graduation Ceremony 2017
Kicked off EE Soft Skills Series 2017/18
“Nowadays soft skills of engineers is considered much more important than ever, which is a feedback we receive constantly from the industry,” Prof Pang explained the purpose of launching this series.
Bridging EE Students with Friends from Industry
The gatherings were very constructive in a way that good exchanges on university-industry collaborative proposals were carried out for a number of career-related and student projects namely Design Projects, Industrial Placement Scheme, Final Year Projects, 1-year Internship Program and Career Coaching.
Workshops on Communication and Presentation Tricks by Experienced Practitioners
Thanks Dr Rhoda Yuen, Senior Counselling Psychologist, for introducing an effective communication mean called “Active Constructive Responding (ACR) Skills”, as well as Ms Mary Cheung, Managing Director and Founder of Mary Cheung & Associates (International) Limited, for demonstrating the “International Social Manner” by using many vivid real life examples.
Novelty and Originality of Student Project Work Manifested in Final Year Project Competition 2017
A total of 23 projects entered semi-final of the competition which was a poster session. Six of them were immediately selected after the semi-final to compete in the final round held on the same day. Both semi-finalists and finalists were such professional and well-prepared to present their novel and innovative ideas in their project works to the judging panels and audiences.
Featured Panel Discussion on Jumpstarting Students’ Career in Engineering
The talk was facilitated by Dr Ray Cheung, EE Associate Professor.
Renowned IT and Electronics Companies Giving Career Talk to EE Graduate-to-be
Break-out sessions were also arranged to let our students know more in-depth about the companies and the jobs, as well as facilitating the on-site applications.
Interflow Tour to Taipei
Out of academic side, they had been to some famous landmarks in Taipei such as Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall and National Palace Museum to taste the history and culture of Taipei.