Having been pinned as one of the top 10 professions in Malaysia by GTI Media in the Sun newspaper, the job prospects for electrical and electronics engineer is heightening amid economic woes. The one key obstacle surrounding the industry is, however, the shortage of qualified and trained professionals.
Recognising the demand in the somewhat meteoric industry, KBU International College is offering an array of engineering programmes which does not only focus on theories and design works, but is complemented with stimulations, case studies, practical laboratory sessions and projects. The school promotes a fun, learning environment which involves the latest equipment and hands-on training that shapes the engineers of tomorrow with skills to pioneer new developments; undertake design and supervise production to market, install and operate equipment.
The college’s School of Engineering and Computing provides high quality courses that groom students to be successful engineering professionals. The interaction helps students to quickly grasp skills, techniques and methods used in the industry to face the ever evolving and competitive corporate world.
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