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Does the Job Market Need More Engineers?

Assoc. Prof. Dr Ku Zilati binti Ku Shaari, Dean, Engineering Faculty, Universiti Teknologi Petronas (UTP)

12-May-21 14:00

Does the Job Market Need More Engineers?

In many Asian countries, children are still encouraged to become doctors, lawyers or engineers. Malaysia is no different. But does the job market need more engineers? After all, we’ve read plenty of stories about fresh graduate engineers unable to land a job in the engineering field. Assoc. Prof. Dr Ku Zilati binti Ku Shaari, Dean of the Engineering Faculty at UTP joins us to share her insights, as well as how UTP ensures good quality graduates.

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Produced by: Dashran Yohan

Presented by: Dashran Yohan


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