The following are some of the past, current, and upcoming activities of the Faculty of Engineering, Multimedia University. Should there be anything that you feel ought to be included in this chronicle, please feel free to send the information to the administrator, Ms. Wong Hwee Ling (hlwong [AT]mmu.edu.my).
The Young Scientist Network of Academy of Sciences Malaysia (YSN-ASM) is organising an awards ceremony for all Malaysian postgraduate students (Masters or PhD) of 35 years and below. The submission requirements include a 5-min video pitch about the Current Research Ecosystem in Malaysia along with a one-page Infographic CV.
More details of the criteria and domains of research can be found in the attached poster or email email@example.com. Registration can be done through this link: https://goo.gl/forms/6c2lYfWZjoM6qXm02.
Shortlisted finalists will be entitled to attend free workshops under YSN-ASM. At the end of the year, the awards ceremony will be held in conjunction with the annual YSN-ASM Colloquium to recognise 3 most outstanding individuals among the finalists. All finalists receive certificates of recognition, while award recipients receive award certificates and plaques.
The Entrepreneur Development Centre (EDC) is pleased to announce a Call for Applications for MMU Startup and Spin-off Schemes. The schemes were introduced to drive the initiative to nurture entrepreneurship among students and staff by providing financial support for the pre-seed and seed stages of the startup or spin-off.
Kindly click here to register for the schemes before 14 April 2019.
The LEP for this trimester will be done in TWO sessions. Please note that attendance to both program is COMPULSORY to all students on probation status. Students will be at risk of TERMINATION if they failed to attend. Please contact the faculty office for details.
Motivational sharing session:
Event Name: Hope & Recovery: Towards a Meaningful Life
Date: 15 April 2019 (Monday)
Time: 9.30 a.m till 12.30 p.m
Venue: FCM E-Theater, MMU Cyberjaya
The details agenda are as per below:
9.20 a.m Arrival of VIP, Speakers & Audiences
10.00 a.m Event Start
11.30 a.m Question & Answer
12.00 p.m Photography session and End
The Speakers are as per below:
i) Mr. CK Loh, Almni, FCM, Class of 2011
ii) Ms. Ts. Samini Subramaniam, Alumni, FCI, Class of 2012
iii) Ms. Ramizah, Counselor, MMU Melaka
iv) Ms. Atiqah, Counselor, MMU Cyberjaya
Please register at the google form link as below:
This session is one to one session with academic advisors. Meet in between week 2 and 4 (between 15 April 2019 and 3 May 2019).
Maybank GoAhead Challenge (MGAC) 2019 Engagement Session
We are excited to officially announce that the region's largest student case competition has returned for its 8th edition. Yes! The much anticipated Maybank GO Ahead. Challenge (MGAC) has returned once more.
You will again have the chance to participate in a global competition crossing various countries to win cash prizes, amazing overseas internship opportunities and be enrolled in the prestigious Global Maybank Apprentice Programme (GMAP) for a jump-start in the financial industry
Therefore, MGAC 2019 Engagement Session will be held
MGAC 2019 team will conduct a personal 1-2 hour session about MGAC 2019 to a group of students
MGAC 2019 team will give students a taster of MGAC 2019 through a series of mini challenges that embody the spirit of MGAC 2019.
Date: 18th April 2019
Time: 2pm - 4pm
Venue: TBC (MMU Cyberjaya)
Interested? Sign-up now. Details as below
(1) Career Talk: "Is your Resume, Getting calls from the Employers?" Plus the Scenario behind the Pre-Screen Stage In Recruiters World
Date : 25 April 2019
Time : 2.30 - 4.00 pm
Venue : TBC (MMU Cyberjaya)
Sharing Session with by Tan Chong Group Recruiter to our students. Interested?. Register now as follows
(2) Mock Interview by HR Tan Chong Group
Date : 25 April 2019 (Monday)
Time : 4.00 - 6.00 pm
Venue TBC (MMU Cyberjaya)
Participants : Final year students and OPEN to all students too
Interested?. Register now! as follows
Dyson is proud to announce that 2019 entries for the famed James Dyson Award is now open! This year marks the 15th anniversary in empowering the next generation of engineers to solve the problems that will impact their future.
Last year, Dyson had received many brilliant inventions, including Malaysia's James Dyson Award national winner SENSLAR, who looked into solving the problem of inefficient solar energy capturing with its smart sensitive solar floating platform. Who will be the next winners of 2019?
This James Dyson Award runs in 27 countries that is open to university level students studying product design, industrial design and engineering. The award encourages ideas that challenge convention, lean engineering - less is more, and design with the environment in mind. The best inventions are simple and practical yet provide a solution to a real world problem. A national winner is selected for every country the award runs in, before going through to the final phase where the international winner is chosen by James Dyson.