Some tips for EAE interview:
Visit the SP website and research more on what are the modules that you will be taking, and the 6 specializations that are offered by the course.
Doing this beforehand made me even more interested and excited for the course to start where I would then be able to apply the knowledge acquired into my daily life.
Show them your
experience. Do not be afraid to geek out. Talk about the projects that you have done or better yet, bring them along for the interview which allows you to show us what you are talented or interested in.
what you plan to do after entering or completing the course. What dream company are you planning to get a spot in? What course are you aiming to further your studies in? What is your drive to be an engineer?
Show your passion and prepare well for the DME EAE interview.
I wish you all the best for your EAE application!
For the Diploma in Mechanical Engineering, examples of work experience include but not limited to the following:
- Aircraft Engineering
- Engineering Services
- Facility Engineering
- HVAC (Heating, Ventilation & Air-Conditioning)
- Machine & Product Design
- Medical Device/Equipment Application
- Medical Device Design
- Mechanical Engineering
- Quality/Assurance Engineering
- Tooling Engineering
- Rail Transit
*Apply to Working Adult EAE applicants only