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NTU EEE graduand (Class of 2019): Ng Xin Chi

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NTU EEE graduating student, Ms Ng Xin Chi, is part of our Class of 2019! She is graduating with a Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) with Honours (Distinction)”. Xin Chi is also an EEE Excellence Award, went to Glasgow, UK for exchange and helped organised a 4D3N orientatation camp for incoming freshmen in 2018. We find out more about this NTU EEE graduand’s experiences in the School!

What were some of your favourite activities in NTU EEE?
One of my favourite activities in NTU EEE is the EEE mentor lunch held at the start of every semester. Apart from getting to hang out with our friends during the session while enjoying the food prepared by the committee for us, it is also an extremely good opportunity for us to meet our designated mentor. Without this initiative by the committee, I would most probably not have met up with my mentor throughout my whole university journey. Thank you to the committee for organizing these events.

What do you like about NTU EEE?
I like that NTU EEE provides us with lots of opportunities for us to hone our leadership skills, as well as our social skills. Many activities such as orientation programs for the incoming freshmen of NTU EEE, or even orientation programs for the potential incoming Junior College (JC) students allows participants like myself to either be in the planning committee, or be the execution team to bring the JC students around the school.

What are some of your experiences as an NTU EEE student?
Together with an awesome team of fellow EEE and IEM students, we organised a 4 Day 3 Night orientation programme for the incoming freshmen of AY2018/19. It was a tough and arduous journey, but I’m glad everything was well carried out with the dedication of all the committee and the seniors involved. 

What are some of your achievements while being an NTU EEE student?
I went for a semester exchange during my Year 3 Semester 1 in Glasgow, United Kingdom. It was my first time being away from home for so long and I was glad that I eventually stepped out of my comfort zone and took up the challenge. I forged long lasting friendships with the local students, and also students from NTU who also went to the same school for the exchange programme. Apart from that, I find myself being more independent because I can only rely on myself to do chores. I would like to thank NTU for providing us students a chance to travel overseas and to experience what an exchange student life is all about. 

What are your plans after graduating?

I intent to join the Republic of Singapore Air Force and use my engineering knowledge learnt from NTU EEE to better our our air defence and surveillance systems’ reliability and sustainability. 

What do you have to say to current and future undergrads?

“Do your best in everything to the best of your abilities!” Even if it didn’t turn out the way you expected, life eventually works its magic to bring us somewhere. Every decision and action brings us a different adventure, so just try your best and see where it goes.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

​​​Published on 11 July 2019​

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