CDIO welcomes three new schools, region Asia

CDIO council has accepted three new schools in region Asia as members of the worldwide CDIO collaborative. 

Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology, India
What goals do you hope to achieve?
First choice for aspiring students, To augment students’ interest in Engineering education, First choice for the global recruiters, Significantly contribute to Made in India/Digital India - government of India initiatives, Increase in the number of entrepreneurs, More research funding and consultancy projects, More number of campus companies, Increased student participation in National/International student competitions, To Fine tune our Curriculum and Assessment methods, To enhance faculty competence, To further develop and improve our programs by exchanging knowledge and ideas with peers facing the same educational challenges such as integration of math education, group assessment versus individual assessment and engaging students.

SRM Institute of Science and Technology, India
We hope to achieve the following goals:
Adapt the CDIO framework for all our UG and PG programmes’ academic curricula offered
under Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Medicine and Health Sciences and Science
and Humanities.
Engage institution faculty members, staff, students to work in a collaborative
environment to create rich, engaged learning and teaching experiences.
Expand internal collaboration efforts like student and faculty members mobility, interdisciplinary
and multi-disciplinary projects.
Enhance external collaboration efforts such as liaising with CDIO member institutions and
institutes wishing to adopt CDIO framework.
Contribute to significant increase in student learning retention and graduation rates.
Establish our institution as a system leader in the areas of educational research.

NIT Anan College, National Institute of Technology, Japan
The goal we hope to achieve is to educate students who have sufficient knowledge and skills in the
engineering field; who can actively contribute to the local and global societies; and who have leadership
and communication competency. Applying the CDIO Initiative framework to our curriculum, we hope
to accelerate the refinement of our programs. The local manufacturing industries require that students
should be cultivated to acquire independence and responsibility. From a global perspective, the
understanding of diversity is also important for global engineers. We would like our students to acquire
those key skills when studying at our college.

We welcome these new members and the expansion of the CDIO initiative in region Asia.

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