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Antonis Grigoropoulos is an Online Tutor for the University of Hull Online's MSc in Engineering Management. In this post, he looks at the importance of quality in engineering and business, a key consideration for engineering managers.
Dr Angeliki Papasava is a tutor for the University of Hull Online., teaching on the Project and Financial Management module for the MSc in Engineering Management. She spoke to us about why more women are needed in the engineering industry and what her advice would be for women looking to get into the engineering profession:
If you’re interested in Engineering Management, following relevant Facebook pages and connecting with others who share your passion is a great way to stay in-the-know with industry news and job opportunities.
Gaining an engineering management degree offers a unique opportunity in an exciting and ever-changing industry.
If you’re interested in engineering, conferences provide an excellent opportunity to keep your knowledge up-to-date as industry technologies and trends continue to evolve. They’re also a great way to meet industry professionals from around the world, helping you to grow your knowledge, professional network and career opportunities.
If you’re studying engineering management, it’s vital to keep your knowledge up-to-date.
Are you considering pursuing a career in engineering management? While having the technical skills you need to succeed is important, you’ll also need to master some crucial non-technical skills.
Engineers are hired for their technical skills but taking the next career step to management requires a more comprehensive skillset; as an engineering manager you’ll need to speak a common language that both engineers and clients understand and act as a bridge between numerous organisational departments.