The main objective of the society is to establish an organization for engineering students (and those interested in). We aim to provide an umbrella for students that want to take upon themselves to do projects and/or participate in them or a place to network and have fun.


Our past activities included:


  *   a project that involves learning the disassembly of an entire car, which was successfully done last year.

  *   Micro-controller workshop

  *   Programming workshop

  *   Organising the 2019 Engineering Ball

Now for this year, The Engineering Society had planned many new and interesting activities. All that is needed is you to be interested and participate!


Society email:

Society presidents: Craig Stewart and Shun Wong

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