Honestly, besides the planning side of things, motivation was a major challenge especially towards the end of the design project. If I can use running as a metaphor, normal modules would be a 10K and design project was like a full marathon with one break. Which, was demanding both mentally and physically. It was easy […]
I am going to take design project as an illustration for this article (in line with the design project series that I started), but honestly, the principle can be applied anywhere. I have this problem all the time, anywhere and at all stages of life. Life is filled with mammoth tasks. During my internship: Build […]
I completed my design project half a year ago, so I thought I’d be a lovely senior and share my experience alongside some tips on it. I remember searching the internet for some blog or advice on completing a design project and came back empty-handed. So maybe I shall start one. By the way, you should […]
So, the short answer, I am a 4th year MEng Chemical Engineering with Business Management student. But surely, if I’m bothered to make it a blog post, it is much more complicated than that one simple sentence. And yes, it is. I think I need to first explain how this fact messed up with everyone’s […]
So at this point don’t forget to check my previous articles on what chemical engineering is all about, what modules you are going to study if you choose to study chemical engineering at university and how difficult is it. Another concern I want to address is time management. One main difference between school and university is […]
Learn more about what chemical engineering students learn. Whether you are a prospective students, a parent, ChemEng student flatmate/friends/family.. (or first year chemeng student trying to find out) – this article is for you.
It’s May. It’s the time when some students start to think on which course they should study after school. Others might have obtained their university offers and need to decide on which course they are going to choose. It can be hard, I completely understand. I once was in that position. How are you supposed to […]