Intended Learning Outcomes of the WIE Component
On completing the WIE component, the students will:
- achieve goals or tasks as specified by the employer in a working environment;
- be able to analyze, evaluate, synthesize and propose solutions to problems of a general nature
- be able to communicate and collaborate effectively with others;
- possess a global outlook (for an overseas placement) or deepen the understanding of Mainland (for placement in Mainland); and
- become experienced in adapting to real working environment.
Structure of the WIE Component
*** For current students (admitted on or before 2016/17 Academic Year, the fulfillment requirement is 30 working hours (a WIE component would carry 1 training credit which is roughly equivalent to 30 working hours.)
A student is required to accrue at least one WIE training credit before graduation. The component is not counted towards GPA calculation nor award classification.
*** Starting from 2017/18 Academic Year, newly admitted students should meet the following WIE hours requirement:
>>>>>>>>>> BSc (Hons) in Engineering Physics:
120 working hours
>>>>>>>>>> BSc (Hons) in Engineering Physics [Optoelectronics]:
80 working hours
A student is required to attain the above WIE hours requirement before graduation. The component is not counted towards GPA calculation nor award classification.