IEEE UKM Student Branch

IEEE Student Branch

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IEEE UKM SB propose is to provide the electrical and electronic students of UKM an opportunity to further explore future knowledge and/or career opportunities in any area of engineering.

IEEE UKM SB also encourages students of UKM to be innovative, host a variety of engineering-based events and competitions and to work toward solutions that solve the problems that our campus, community, and nation face today. We like to promote interest in, and a fuller understanding of, the engineering profession

We believe that education in the classroom is not enough for a prospective engineer in this new era of world. We like to promote interest in, and a fuller understanding of, the engineering profession