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NTU EEE graduand (Class of 2018): Muhamad Azfar S/O Muhamad Wafa

NTU EEE graduating student, Mr Muhamad Azfar S/O Muhamad Wafa, is part of our Class of 2018! From being a planner for NTU EEE’s first ever winter camp, to acing the necessary Design and Innovation Project EEE module, we find out more about this NTU EEE graduand’s unassuming and motivating experiences in the School!

What were some of your favourite activities in NTU EEE?
“One of my favourite activities in NTU EEE was to drop by staff offices to ask about their day. The staff would usually talk about how excited they are about events that they are in-charge of.

Another favourite activity of mine was to invite both seniors and juniors for a meal whenever they were gathered at a study place like NTU EEE’s iHub or Learning Pod. During meals, we often shared our experiences.”

What do you like about NTU EEE?
“I like NTU EEE because of the opportunities that are given to us. These opportunities serve as a learning platform outside the tutorials and lectures! Furthermore, the staff are really friendly and generous.”

What are some of your experiences as an NTU EEE student?
“One of the most memorable experience I had as an NTU EEE student was to participate in the ESCENDO Winter Camp 2017 as a planner. Aside from planning the finale arcade game carnival event held at NTU North Spine Plaza, I was given the opportunity to host as an emcee too! Our students created arcade games and displayed them for the event. Students and staff from other schools, as well as international students joined in and had a wonderful time! Afterwards, one of the committee members was interviewed by Lianhe Zaobao and the event appeared in the newspaper.”

What are some of your achievements while being an NTU EEE undergraduate?
“One of my achievements while being an undergraduate was getting First in the Design and Innovation Project Module for UAVionics. The module not only focuses on the achievement of the objective, it is more holistic as it includes working in a team well, honing presentation skills and demonstrating our project.”

What are your plans after graduating?
“After graduating, I will be volunteering myself in a village school in Southern Thailand as a teacher. I will be teaching them English for about a year. After which, I plan to begin my career prospect as an electrical engineer, and apply for Professional Engineer status once I am qualified to do so.”

What do you have to say to current and future undergrads?
“The doors of opportunities are not always open to us. They may also be different to each individual. When given the chance, do not hesitate to seize the opportunity as it may not be chanced upon again.”

​​​Published on 17 July 2018​

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