Engineering is a problem-solving profession. You may work at designing a new product or system; work out how to implement an industrial process; build safety improvements; or apply your knowledge to research. Your undergraduate education will give you tools and skills you will need throughout your working life. All the knowledge, skills and technology that you become familiar with during your course will eventually be used to solve real world problems. In fact, all of your study is pretty meaningless unless it can be applied to real life situations. Let's stop a moment to consider a couple of ideas.
‘When I finish uni, I'll have nothing more to learn.’
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Publication information: Book title: Studying Engineering at University:Everything You Need to Know. Contributors: Clare Rhoden - Author, Christine Tursky Gordon - Author. Publisher: Allen & Unwin. Place of publication: St. Leonards, N.S.W.. Publication year: 2000. Page number: 71.
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