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NTU EEE graduand (Class of 2019): Wendy Riyanti Wirodjojo


NTU EEE graduating student, Ms Wendy Riyanti Wirodjojo, is part of our Class of 2019! She is graduating with a Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) with Honours (Highest Distinction) . Wendy is also an EEE Excellence Award winner, was involved in Overseas Community Involvement Programme (OCIP) travelling to Laos with EEE LEAD in 2016 and Depok, Indonesia with EEE Club 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?
I actually enjoyed most of the activities held by the school and the student bodies in NTU EEE. One of my favourite activities will be Overseas Community Involvement Programme (OCIP). I have joined OCIP with EEE LEAD and EEE Club during my undergraduate year and they are definitely one of the most fun and enriching activities that I had in NTU EEE.

What do you like about NTU EEE?
As NTU EEE likes to say, "One Degree, Many Opportunities". I really like NTU EEE because not only it has 'many opportunities' in the academics (various specialization, URECA programme, and many others), NTU EEE also provides 'many opportunities' in the non-academics side. There are various student bodies and activities that allows you to grow as a person.

What are some of your experiences as an NTU EEE student?
One of the best experiences is definitely the interactions I had with variety of students in NTU EEE. As an international student, I had the tendency to stick with people with the same nationality. But as I participate in more activities and student body in NTU EEE, I had the chance to interact with people from different backgrounds. I made a lot of friends as part of the experience and it is something that I would imagine hard to get somewhere else.

What are some of your achievements while being an NTU EEE student?
Other than academics, I would say I had a considerable contribution in making changes in EEE LEAD and EEE Club. But changes don't happen in an instant and I'm not considering it as an achievement yet. I am still going to try to contribute after graduation and we'll see in a few years if we can call it an achievement indeed.

What are your plans after graduating?

I am going to pursue my post-graduate studies in NTU (M.Sc in Electronics) before going to work. In the future, I want to go to the academia.

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

 Enjoy your life and make a lot of friends, do not be so fixated on studying only. Your undergraduate life are not limited to that. Make the most of your university life and gain as much experience as possible. Explore and don't be afraid to try something new. You won't have another chance like this in the future!


​​​Published on 8 July 2019​

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