October 4, 2022

SWM teams with NTU!

SWM teams with NTU!

SWM teams with NTU’s materials science engineering (MSE) to support its launch of NTU’s undergraduate curriculum to meet current and futuristic engineering trends. Through this team-based design project initiative, groups of students work on real-life problem statements from industries, providing students the necessary exposure to grow their network and at the same time, understand how the industry works, honing their design thinking skills and approaching the right way to solve a current industry problem(s).

Through this collaboration effort, SWM gets first-hand experience working with NTU MSE undergraduates directly on a regular basis, with its provided problem statements. Through these two groups, SWM targets to take steps closer to resolution of the engineering challenges that the manufacturing function is currently facing. This collaboration is also an opportunity for SWM to identify fresh talents for its growing business in the near future.

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