1Engineering technology graduates engaged in the field of *civil/electrical/electronic/ chemical/mechanical engineering technology as demonstrated through career advancement.70-80% of graduates who are working in the field of *civil/electrical/electronic/chemical/ mechanical engineering technology.– Feedback from graduates/employer/industries
– Track record of employment/position held
2 Engineering technology graduates who are members and contribute to professional society.20% of graduates who are members of OR contribute to professional bodies.– Feedback from graduates/employer
3Engineering technology graduates embracing in life-long learning** or pursuing continuing education opportunities.10% of graduates:

– pursue professional certificates

– participate in continual professional development (CPD) activities (workshop/seminar/training/short course, etc)

– pursue postgraduate study

– working in research and development environment
– Feedback from graduates/employer/respective educational parties
4Engineering technology graduates who are technopreneurs.3-5% of graduates :
– set up own company OR

– involve in technopreneurship activities
(e.g. customer sales engineer/etc.)
– Feedback from graduates/employer/respective educational parties
** Lifelong learning may be broadly defined as learning that is pursued throughout life: learning that is flexible, diverse and available at different times and in different places. Lifelong learning crosses sectors, promoting learning beyond traditional schooling and throughout adult life (ie post-compulsory education). This definition is based on Delors’ (1996) four ‘pillars’ of education for the future.