TTS Group Shares Industry Insights with NUS Engineering Students

 

Posted: 5 September 2017

TTS Group is honoured to be invited to present in the Engineering Industry Awareness Series 2017 held in the NUS, Engineering Block EA foyer on 24th August 2017.  

The National University of Singapore (NUS) Faculty of Engineering is the largest among fourteen faculties and schools of NUS, and praised as a leading engineering school in the region. NUS Engineering organises numerous events throughout the semester to connect students with engineers and recruiters, and the Engineering Industry Awareness Series is recognized as the flagship networking event.

This year, the NUS Faculty of Engineering and Centre for Future-Ready Graduates cooperated with BrightMinds by CareerBuilder Singapore to organize the Engineering Industry Awareness Series 2017, open to over 6,000 undergraduates and more than 3,000 graduates in the university. Focusing on 3 segments namely: Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering Services & Consultancy, Sustainability & Environment, the event aimed to provide Engineering students with insights into the industries in Singapore, including internship and employment opportunities.

With a broad and extended range of professional experience, Tan You Jin, our Associate Director, has been invited to deliver a presentation regarding the Engineering Services and Consultancy segment.

Entitled “Running a Transport Planning Consultancy – An everyday affair of combating traffic congestion”, You Jin’s presentation has provided students with overview of TTS Group, a ‘solutions’ driven business which has been providing its full range of professional services to both public and private sector clients throughout Australia and South East Asia.

You Jin went on to share insights into the traffic and transport consulting industry, and how TTS has dealt with everyday’s challenge in the most innovative, safe and comprehensive manner, and grown to become a leader in this sector.

After the Guest Speaker Sessions, You Jin also joined in Networking at booths, where he answered more specifically to the questions of students about the company, the application of their knowledge and skills in actual working environment, and shared his experience and thoughts on working in the development and infrastructure sectors.

“I am grateful to take this chance to share the industry insights I gained from working in various countries and various transport planning projects throughout the region”, said You Jin, “This is also a great opportunity for us to showcase our unique and highly specialized international expertise underpinned by the depth and breadth of experience of our professional staff.”

The Engineering Industry Awareness Series 2017 has ended successfully and helped students to get to know more about what the actual engineers do, understand more about what they want and what they do not, practice professionalism and become more motivated. We are looking forward to this excellent platform of direct networking to be continued and developed in the future.