RMIT University (Australia) is launching a Masters in Engineering (Management) programme in Singapore with its partner Kaplan Singapore.
Spend an evening with the Professor Sabu John from RMIT University’s School of Engineering at the Kaplan City Campus on 28 June. Prof. John will discuss how the degree will prepare you for a leadership role in engineering helping to propel you to the next level of your career as well as providing an overview of the programme structure.
About Professor Sabu John
· Published over 155 papers in refereed conferences, journals and research books and has contributed to a mainstream university text
· Patented the ARC-funded world's first Smart Cricket Bat, which received national & international media mentions in 2007. (Australian Patent number–2007901068)
· Made regular guest appearances on national TV and radio interviews to comment on strategic manufacturing matters
This tailored programme prepares you for leadership roles and to take on a broad range of management responsibilities in engineering and technology-based organisations.
Open to graduates with academic backgrounds in engineering or business disciplines, this Masters programme will encourage you to think strategically, address problems with a different perspective, challenge existing practices, innovate new system approaches and build a deeper understanding of the ever-changing technology base, exposing you to real-world, global issues and how to address them.
- Develop leadership and project management skills - Gain the qualifications necessary to face the evolving challenges of engineering management
- Programme developed with industry - Industry plays a vital role in the development, delivery and assessment of the programme through membership of the Program Advisory Committee (PAC), which comprises of industry representatives, academic staff and alumni.
- Learn from leading industry experts - Connect with and learn from academic and industry leaders
- 100% assessment based programme - No exams
- Assessments that focus on real world case studies - Reflect what you will do as an engineering manager
- Teaching outside of working hours – Achieve balance between your work, study and social commitments
- Build your professional network - Establish valuable connections during your course
- A globally-recognised degree – Graduate without compromising your life or career trajectory
- Be part of a global alumni network - Over 300,000 worldwide and a Singapore-based alumni of over 40,000