Zhang Shuwen, Class of 2014
Offered the Nanyang Scholarship from NTU and a Study Award from NUS to read Business.
“As someone who has truly benefited from studying in DEB, I’m confident to say that my experience in this course has given me a competitive edge as the training in this course exposes me to both fields and nurtures me to demonstrate risk-taking spirit and perspicacity of a businessman, as well as strong analytical aptitude and problem solving skills of an engineer. The knowledge gained along the way has greatly shaped my perspectives and developed the path for me to pursue my true passion and interest.
Ng Yu Xin, Class of 2013, is awarded the NTU Scholarship to pursue a double degree program, Business and Computer Engineering (BCE) Scholarship.
“Through the large variety of modules available in DEB course, not only did I gain knowledge and exposure in various areas such as mechanical, electrical and electronic engineering as well as business, but also discover an interest in electronic projects….
Now in NTU, my DEB experience provides me with the basics of both business and programming which are required in my current degree. DEB has also trained me to cope with the heavy study load in NTU better as compared to my fellow classmates.”
Sheryl Chua and Lee Shu Hui, Class of 2013
Direct entry to second year Information Engineering & Media with Minor in Business and Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Minor in Business at NTU respectively.
“Through this diploma, we have acquired a clever mix of technological and engineering principles as well as business fundamentals. Having to study Engineering with Business, we were given the opportunities to excel further. The projects and practical sessions available allowed us to input what we have learnt during lectures into real-life applications.”
Thomas Tham, Class of 2012, is awarded the Ng Bok Eng Renaissance Engineering Scholarship. He will be pursuing the Renaissance Engineering Programme at NTU which awards a dual-degree comprising Bachelor of Engineering Science degree and Master of Science in Technology Management.
“DEB gave me the opportunity to explore and learn a wide range of subjects. The teaching of both engineering and business modules in this course allows me to integrate the technical aspects of engineering with essential business concepts. This approach provided me with an insight on how these concepts are applied to engineering products and services in the world of business.”
Jasmin Lee, Class of 2012 currently pursuing a Degree in Mechanical Design and Manufacturing Engineering from Newcastle University as part of Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT).
“During my course of study, I was exposed to different presentation styles from both the business and engineering school. I am able to understand how engineering concepts can be integrated in the business society and vice-versa. I also had the chance to take up Diploma Plus in computer programming. With these unique set of skills, I am able to help companies improve productivity.“
Jonathan Au, Class of 2012 will start his studies at SMU in Bachelor of Business Management after his National Service.
"The course has allowed me to experience the various aspects of engineering and business, and that has helped me to build a strong foundation for the future…through the modules, I got to work on many projects which simulate real life situations, making the learning experience more fun, practical and enjoyable. In DEB there has never be a boring moment.”
Final year students attending a 3 month overseas immersion program in Beijing Technology and Business University (BTBU)
Outside classroom activities
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