The CDIO Initiative was pioneered by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), together with leading engineering schools in USA, Europe, Canada, UK, Africa, Asia and New Zealand, to address the gap between industry needs and the quality of engineering graduates being produced.
Students are instilled with engineering fundamentals in the context of the whole product life cycle (Conceiving – Designing – Implementing – Operating), and are able to:
Taylor’s School of Computer Science and Engineering is the first Malaysian University to be accepted into this prestigious collaboration, joining the ranks of elite institutions like MIT, Stanford University and University of Sydney.
The faculty and students participate in various conference and training events organised as part of the CDIOTM Initiative, which facilitate the sharing of best practices and knowledge exchange as well as networking among leading institutions.
The National Academy of Engineering has identified 14 Grand Challenges which engineers need to address in order for humankind to progress into the next century.DISCOVER MORE
Taylor’s School of Computer Science and Engineering offers dual award degree programmes in collaboration with University of the West of England (UWE), UKDISCOVER MORE