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Swinburne Sarawak Institution of Engineering and Technology Student Chapter (SSIET) recently organised an educational trip to Mukah.
The computing workshops were conducted to introduce an emerging trend that has invaded the technology arena in a pervasive manner through the development of mobile applications.
ECS week is an event initiated by the university to expose the students around Kuching area with latest advancement in engineering, computing and science.
Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Science
Bachelor of Engineering
"I always felt that I was interested in "down to earth" topics. This was confirmed after I started pursuing book on "Infrastructure" by Brian Hayes. The book was gifted to me by my father and I found the contents very enriching. Also, my father's close friends are Civil Engineers, and I always found them to be pleasant individuals with interesting jobs. I chose Civil Engineering course with Swinburne Sarawak because it's the most affordable option to get an Australian degree."
Bachelor of Science
(Computer Science and Software)
"At Swinburne here, what makes the learning more relevant and fun is that, the IT knowledge that I've amassed from my lecturers can actually be put into practice. For example, in the IT Club, there are always new projects that provide me with ample opportunities for my 'experimentation'."
Ng Lee Tze
"Swinburne Sarawak is the university of my choice because it has the expertise in fermentation that my employer, the Sarawak Biodiversity Centre, is looking for."