A Guide To Surviving Engineering

Posted: December 28, 2018

Engineering is probably one of the toughest courses in college. It involves a lot of problem solving, decision making, and actual application of what you have learned.

Sleepless nights and countless breakdowns are inevitable as well when you are an engineering student. But despite all these challenges, there are still plenty of kids who aspire to become an engineer someday.

So in relation to this, here are some tips that can help you surpass the bumpy road which you need to go through in order to become a successful engineer.

 

  1. Manage your time.

Like any other course, engineering is also a balance between school works and personal life. In this field of study, you must learn how to properly handle your academic life while finding enough time to relax and take a break from those deadly equations.

 

  1. Stay focused.

Keeping your eyes on the prize might seem hard at first especially when there’s a lot of distractions along the way. However, you can always get it right if you practice self-discipline. As an engineering student, you should keep reminding yourself how much you want to have that “Engr.” on your name. This way, you can be more determined to finish your course and achieve your dream.

 

  1. Believe in yourself.

Last but not the least, remember that a little belief in yourself can go a long way. If you trust yourself enough, failure will just be a reason for you to do better next time. It is always an advantage if you can handle tough situations with grace and calmness.

 

(FEU Alabang offers the following degrees in Engineering: BS Civil Engineering, BS Computer Engineering, BS Electrical Engineering, BS Mechanical Engineering, BS Electronics Engineering, BS Manufacturing Engineering)