IMPACT OF STUDENT INDUSTRIAL WORK EXPERIENCE (SIWES)
Dear respondent,

This questionnaire is strictly for the purpose of collecting opinions from final year engineering students who took part in the Student Industrial Work Experience (SIWES).

Ensure to be objective in your responses to this survey as they will be kept confidential. No identifying information will be provided to the school or general public. The survey data will be reported in a summary fashion only and will not identify any individual person.

Thank you.

Department *
Program *
Gender *
Current class of degree *
Type of organization where you did your SIWES *
Did you do your SIWES with engineering company/firm? *
Yes
No
Core Engineering firm
Partly Engineering firm
Non-Engineering firm
In which industry did you do your SIWES? *
In which country did you do your SIWES? *
Your answer
What is the name of the company where you did your SIWES? *
Your answer
Was your supervisor there a registered engineer? *
There is relationship between my course work and SIWES experience *
There is application of some of my course works in my place of SIWES experience? *
I was able to apply my acquired academic knowledge in my place of SIWES experience *
My SIWES experience influenced my proposed final year project work? *
What was/were your role(s) in the company where you did your SIWES? *
Your answer
My six months experience is worthwhile *
Is six months experience sufficient in terms of: *
Strongly agree
Agree
Disagree
Strongly disagree
Undecided
Practical skills developed
Practical knowledge acquired
Theoretical based knowledge applied
Team play/Interpersonal relationship
Engineering equipment handled/operated
Overall experience gained
At what level(s) do you think that SIWES should be carried out? *
Yes
No
200
300
400
The SIWES experience was so exciting that I wish it could be extended *
SIWES should be discontinued *
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