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Education


Here you will find out more about the latest trends and developments within education worldwide, along with some helpful articles regarding study tips and keeping on track with your studies.

 

A dire situation for engineers-in-training in Zimbabwe
A dream, hard work and a little support
A giant leap for AI and machine learning
A university and all TVET colleges in crisis in South Africa
AI and technology, leaving no student behind
Are engineering graduates actually getting jobs in engineering?
Australia's Education Bias Revealed
Breaking the mold and ending engineering stereotypes
Can we get 90% of the globe connected to the internet by 2050?
Celebrating women in engineering on International Women's Day
Coronavirus, Virtual Collaboration and Online Learning
Do female engineering graduates really earn more than their male counterparts?
Earn an Industry-Oriented Higher Education Engineering Certificate in Six Months
EIT attends TEQSA's fourth annual conference
EIT committed to the further development of female engineers
EIT dedicated to training students for the Decade of the Artisan
EIT graduates mine for diamonds with Debswana
EIT hosts engineering seminar in South Africa
EIT in Nepal
EIT introduces live, online learning to the next generation of engineers
EIT lecturer 3D prints protective equipment to combat COVID-19 in the Phillipines
EIT looks to develop education and skills in Namibia
EIT Meets Market Demand in Engineering Education
EIT students thrive online while waiting to attend on-campus
EIT to launch a campus in Melbourne
EIT tours southern Africa to highlight the changing trends in engineering
EIT’s Australian Graduate Gala
EIT’s Rolf Baum and David Gadjus on the road
Electrical Engineer in Antarctica
Engineering a positive future
Engineering Students from the Universiti Putra in Malaysia visit EIT
Entrepreneurship, the gig economy and you
Furthering online education opportunities in South Africa with EIT
Happy International Women's Day, engineers! There's work to do
How EIT provides next-generation exam invigilation
How to Get Noticed in the Engineering Job Market
Industrial Automation - What is it and why is everyone talking about it?
Is Machine Learning the Key to Efficient Project Management?
Is the university degree still an employment prerequisite?
Keeping STEM Progressive
Learn to code: Why engineers should learn Python
Lighting the path forward for illumination engineers
Make a mark in the engineering world with an EIT Professional Doctor of Engineering
Meet EIT Lecturer: Dr Arti Siddhpura
Meet Mildred, EIT's Student Ambassador for 2020
Mildred Nanono
New remote invigilation innovation to legitimize online education
Number of women in engineering still low
Online digital tools for engineers
Online: The new upskilling paradigm
Partnerships are empowering employees at SA Power Networks
Post-graduate internships under intense scrutiny
Rising to the automation challenge in 2020
Road construction fundamentals are being revolutionized
Science Fiction Engineering: an Academy is Launched
Simulation, gamification and online learning revolutionizing education and training
Six Key Ideas to Improve Your Online Education and Training in Engineering, Technology and The Sciences
Surviving retrenchment: Tips for engineers
The 2018 graduates in Africa are celebrated by the Engineering Institute of Technology
The 2018 TEQSA Conference – EIT’s Dean of Engineering presents a paper
The Art of Support: EIT’s Learning Support Officers
The Changing Landscape of Education: Lifelong Learning and Micro-Credentials
The critical thinking engineer
The Engineering Institute of Technology hosts a seminar in South Africa
The engineers of the future
The moral authority of engineers
The time for future-proofing yourself and enhancing your skills is now
Transitioning into Industry 4.0 with Micro-credentials
True AI and autonomous vehicles
Upskilling for the Future of Work
Why does the world need Mechanical Engineers?

The Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) is dedicated to ensuring our students receive a world-class education and gain skills they can immediately implement in the workplace upon graduation. Our staff members uphold our ethos of honesty and integrity, and we stand by our word because it is our bond. Our students are also expected to carry this attitude throughout their time at our institute, and into their careers.