Class and WorkshopIn order to become a truly great engineer, one must go beyond the textbook and attend extracurricular workshops and classes. One of our missions is to hold these programs in callege.
How to organize your projects
Doing practical projects or scientific researches during the university studies has always been an effective means of preparing students for the professional activities and the field of R&D. However, some of the assigned project are not as effective as they should be for an electrical engineer in terms of equipping the engineer with essential expertise needed.
If you are interested in exploring your field of study, you can accomplish to do so with an adequate schedule. Do not only concern about your grades
We have a program for you:
You can help us in guiding you throughout this program by filling out the form, precisely and honestly.
Some senior students alongside some of the master’s students help us in holding this program.
Stuff you don’t learn in Engineering
Congratulation! You are now officially an engineer and ready to change the world, the world which is a lot different from your faculty. But for achieving a success in your job you need skills beyond the skills you learned. You need to create ideas, sell them to the world and work with a various range of people. The skills you need in order to gain success in real world and business are the following:
• Prioritize your works
• Being more efficient in sessions
• Talking in front of other people
• Negotiating in personal and business matters
• Fighting with stress
How to write a good resume
IEEE student branch of Ferdowsi university of Mashhad on Nov. 2014 held a workshop about “how to write a good resume”.
- GPU programming
- MATLAB for beginner
- MATLAB (advanced)
- Learning how to learn
- Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Visio)
- How to write a proposal