We are seeing more and more automakers add electric vehicles to their lineup. We took a look at the EV industry and where it is heading. Continue reading Are Electric Vehicles the Future of Transport? at EIT | Engineering Institute of Technology.
We caught up with Advanced Diploma student, Randall September, to find out how his EIT studying journey is going. Continue reading EIT Student Story: Randall September at EIT | Engineering Institute of Technology.
With over ten years of experience providing engineering education, the Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) continues to create pathways and opportunities for aspiring engineers that help close the gap between education and the professional workplace. EIT has introduced the Doctorate Research Scholarship for candidates seeking commencement in its Professional On-Campus Doctor of Engineering program starting 2022. This is the first scholarship to subsidize each semester’s fees (applicant needs to re-apply) offered by EIT in hopes of maximizing the incentives benefiting students. Continue reading EIT Introduces Doctorate Research Scholarship For 2022 at EIT | Engineering Institute of Technology.
Fireworks are a long-standing tradition. But could a show of celebration by drones be more common in our digitally-driven future? Continue reading Could Drone Light Shows Replace Fireworks? at EIT | Engineering Institute of Technology.
The Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) has been announced as the winner of the International Education and Training Export Award at the 59th 2021 Australian Export & Investment Awards held on the 25th of November 2021. The Australian Export & Investment Awards recognizes and honours both Australian exporters who have achieved sustainable growth through innovation and commitment, as well as the international companies or joint ventures that have made an enduring contribution to the Australian economy. Continue reading EIT wins International Education and Training Award at Export Awards at EIT | Engineering Institute of Technology.
Thinking of completing a course with EIT? Or maybe you're already part of our student body? Then you will know how impactful a Learning Support Officer can be in ensuring you stay the course. Hailing from Bulawayo in Zimbabwe, Isabel Sibanda is one of EIT’s trusted Learning Support Officers (LSO). In this role, she has been able to see students grow their careers, while her own never took a backseat. Continue reading Meet EIT Learning Support Officer: Isabel Sibanda at EIT | Engineering Institute of Technology.
An integral part of the Engineering Institute of Technology's (EIT) Bachelor of Science programs are the final year projects. Undertaken during the third year of study, the individual and group capstone projects are the culminating experience of these engineering programs. EIT On-Campus - Bachelor of Science (Electrical Engineering) students Komaldeep Kaur, Choki Dorji, and Uvesh Deewan recently presented their final year project. The technical project work comprised of rationale, scoping, research, theory, computation, experimentation, design, testing, and refinements. Continue reading Electrical Engineering Students Designing for A Brighter Future at EIT | Engineering Institute of Technology.
Two women are changing the construction landscape with plastic bricks – and creating a new economy while doing it. When you combine sustainability with any established system like construction there’s a trend of calling it disruptive. But sisters Kedibone and Kekeletso Tsiloane from South Africa is more likely to fall under the category of changemakers, thanks to plastic bricks. The two has done something that is highly impactful, they helped create an ecologically and economically sustainable brick for the construction segment that also uses recyclable material (in this case plastic) that has a wide-reaching effect. Continue reading Eco-Brick Sisters Pave the Way for Engineering Entrepreneurs at EIT | Engineering Institute of Technology.
Dear Colleagues, I delight in those engineering professionals who have set up incredibly successful businesses. I believe that we need more entrepreneurs providing services and products that improve productivity (including safety) and create wealth for our economies to grow in these trying times. And above all – focus on some of these seemingly overwhelming problems that confront us today, such as climate change, healthcare, ageing, and creating opportunities for everyone from the whole spectrum of society. Continue reading From Engineer to Entrepreneur at EIT | Engineering Institute of Technology.
Being a student is one thing. Studying while working in the mining sector of Botswana is another. Thatanyana Adeku has recently completed his 52857WA Advanced Diploma of Plant Engineering, and with it, he’s made a decisive change to his life – to keep studying. His reasons are more than admirable. “Good education changes lives and open new and better doors for a lot of people. Many good things happen because of education. Continue reading How This EIT Student Applied His Advanced Diploma to His Work at EIT | Engineering Institute of Technology.