Degree in Engineering

An engineering degree gives you an education in math, science, and technology, and prepares you to work in several potentially well–paying fields. If you have an interest in how things work, enjoy devising mechanical or technological systems, or want to play a part in developing the physical devices and structures that people interact with on a daily basis, a degree in engineering might be right for you.

An engineering degree gives you a lot of options, both educationally and professionally. The area that you choose to specialize in, as well as the degree level that you obtain, will help determine your career path, as well as your salary potential.

Entry Requirement

  • 5 credits in SPM or equivalent, and
  • Minimum of 3Cs for Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry in A-levels or equivalent, or
  • Foundation or Diploma in any related field

Diploma in Engineering

Diploma in engineering is basically a skills-oriented training, focusing primarily on technical expertise and engineering skills. Such training courses cover engineering related information, scientific skills, mathematical knowledge, computing and analysis, and a good grasp over English for effective communication.

A diploma course throws light on various engineering aspects and elements, which are important for you to know to successfully function in a challenging work environment. Career options may include a machinist, technologist, equipment mechanic, workshop technician and agriculture overseer.


Entry Requirement

  • Credits including Mathematics and a Science subject in SPM or equivalent, or
  • Certificate in relevant field

Why should we study Engineering?


The field of Engineering

The field of engineering includes:

  • Computer Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Marine Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Software Engineering
  • Telecommunications Engineering
  • Aeronautical Engineering
  • Automobile Engineering
  • and more


Career Options in Engineering

Civil Engineers

Mining and Geological Engineers

Automotive Engineers

Chemical Engineers

Biomedical Engineers

Electrical Engineers

Electronics Engineers