About Engineering. Interview


1. Could you please define Engineering in your own words?
Engineering is the discipline and professional art of applying science and mathematical knowledge to design and implement materials, structures, machines, devices, systems, and processes that safely realize a desired objective or invention.

2. What influenced you to pursue industrial ingeneering?
I was good at math’s, science and solving problems in school and there I didn’t know what to study until I wrote all that I enjoy doing and I finally found a career for me, and that is Industrial Engineering. I like to study industrial productivity, implements and make and recommended changes

3. Could you please describe the educational process required to become an Engineer?
To become an Engineer is necessary to make and effort and also have discipline. Basically math and physics knowledge is essential, also desings, prodution and control of process. After must have creativity and dedication as well to engineering to have an extra preparation making them more qualified

4. What are the skills you need to be a good engineer?
A great engineer has excellent analytical skills and is continually examining things and thinking of ways to help things work better, pays meticulous attention to detail. The slightest error can cause an entire structure to fail. Changes in technology happen rapidly, and the most successful engineers keep abreast of new research and ideas. To become a good engineer you needed to have an Excellent Technical Knowledge they understand a variety of computer programs and other systems that are commonly used during an engineering project

5. What job considerations were you looking for after you completed your education?
I hope that I can Work in a Company, providing full-service product engineering solutions to the manufacturing industry also leading the teams in the company to offer unique and effective approaches to maximizing engineering functions and solutions

6. What's something of your school life that you enjoy the most?
What I enjoyed the most was meeting all my friends, friends that I still see every day and people that I share with.

7. From your perspective, what is the most difficult part of being an engineering student?
All beginnings are hard, Engineering keeps you away from entertainment, because it’s absolutely necessary to study all the time to practice math’s and physics and there is a time when actually you start feeling tired of that, there is a lot to carry on. You would like to study what are you going to be working at and many people start to wonder if that is what they really want. There are a lot of numbers to study before you see what you want to see.

8. What are your plans for the future
Graduate me Education, Master's degrees in engineering and sometimes business administration.
Get experience to after with all that knowledge be able and prepare to work with foreign companies.

9. Point out your most personally gratifying moment in Engineering school.
When I have good grades is a good moment.

10. Why would you recommend Engineering as a career?
I would recommend engineering as a career because provides great opportunities, not only with respect to what type of job you get but also with respect to what country you can work in afterwards. Even if you never work as an engineer, after completing your degree you will find that the problem-solving skills and reasoning that you acquired along the way will stand to you no matter what career path you take.

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