Empowering women to pursue engineering

Visitors at the University of Southampton Malaysia (UoSM) booth during Sureworks Higher Education Fair 2018 at Mid Valley Exhibition Centre.

WHEN talking about the subject of engineering, rarely do we picture women at the centre of the conversation.

According to the Board of Engineers Malaysia statistics, of the 26% female graduate engineers in Malaysia, only 6% of this group are professional engineers.

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