The IEEE International Field Trip is here again and this year, we will be visiting Munich and Italy!
There will be a quick info session about previous IEEE International Field Trips to help give you a better idea of what the trips entail.
The info session will be held on Thursday, March 3rd at 3pm in ASB 8836
The trip will run from the 1st to 12th of May, and some of the companies and universities we will be visiting are:
BMW - Rohde & Schwarz - Technical University of Munich - ST Microelectronics - Politecnico di Milano-SaFCo - ANav
The cost of the trip including a return ticket and accommodation is $1900, to be paid in full by 11:59PM on the 15th of March, 2016. Payment instructions will be sent out to those selected to go on the trip.
To apply, send your full name, year/major, resume and a brief paragraph stating why you will like to go on this trip before 11:59PM on Tuesday March 8th, 2016.
Please send all resumes and write-ups to the below email addresses instead:
Michael Fujiwara at (email@example.com) and Cc: Professor Craig Scratchley at (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you are selected, you will be contacted within 24 hours of the deadline.
Feel free to contact any of the above listed emails if you have any questions, and we look forward to receiving your applications!
Overview of the Event
Think Engineering is the 8th annual networking event organized and hosted by the IEEE Student Branches at UBC, SFU, and BCIT. Our aim is to connect and engage students in Greater Vancouver with industry representatives.
This is a great opportunity for you as an engineering student (UBC, SFU, BCIT) to improve your communication skills, build your professional network and meet potential employers. (What more can I say, ask someone who’s attended the event in the previous years, this is an event you definitely will WANT to attend. The benefits strongly outweigh the costs.)
For more information please contact Doasay Igiri <email@example.com>
There are limited number of tickets available!
$30 for IEEE Members
$35 for Non IEEE Members
We will get back to you for payment, subject to availability
Learn about each company attending Think Engineering 2016. The companies are here to get to know you, and for you to get to know them! This is a great opportunity to build professional relationships with managers and employers.
Who We Are
We are the IEEE student branches of the University of British Columbia (UBC), Simon Fraser University (SFU), and British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). We represent IEEE, the world’s largest professional society in technology. As one of the largest IEEE student branches in Canada, we are actively involved in events and activities dedicated to developing the professional skills of engineering students.
Our Vision and Mission
Vision: To promote excellence in academic and professional development of the students in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Engineering Physics, and other related academia.
Our Mission: The IEEE student branches are dedicated to help students learn and master professional knowledge and soft skills. This enables students to jump-start their careers and promote the engineering process of applying interpersonal knowledge.