Faculty of Engineering
The 2003/2004 Engineering Colours Awards Presentation Ceremony was held on 15 April 2005 3.00pm - 4.30pm, Engineering Auditorium.
The list of 2003/2004 Engineering Colours Awards Winners is here: Winners
Applications for the 2004/2005 Engineering Colours Awards Now Opens!
The Engineering Colours Awards are primarily intended for the recognition of engineering students who have exceled in extra-curriculum acitivities.
The categories of awards include:
The activities considered include:
- Gold Medal Awards
- Silver Medal Awards
- Bronze Medal Awards
- Certificates of Recognition
- National-, varsity-, hall- and faculty-level games
- Clubs and society participation
- Special achievements, e.g., Mt. Everest trip, etc.
- Community services, voluntary works, etc.
- Applications must be on prescribed forms available from the Engineering Office of Undergraduate Programs.
- In a separate report of not more than 1-page from the application form, the applicant should select one/two of his/her top ECA and highlights the details. For those who are eligible for the gold medal award, they are encouraged to provide more information about their involvement in the ECAs recorded in the application forms.
- Students must obtain confirmation of participation in their respective activities/projects by way of signatures of the persons in-charge of the activities/projects.
- Please note that only activities from 1st September 2004 to 31st August 2005 will be considered. Students who were elected into office recently should apply in the subsequent year.
- Please submit the application form together with any other relevant documents to the Engineering Office of Undergraduate Programs, Faculty of Engineering by 1st October 2005.
- Applications must be engineering students
- Activities to be considered must have been performed within the qualifying period.
- Application must be on prescribed application forms available from the Engineering Office of Undergraduate Programs.
- Applicants who have been awarded the engineering colours awards but failed to attend the presentation ceremony shall have their awards withdrawn by the Engineering Colours Awards Selection Board unless a strong valid reason is given.
- All applicants should be aware that for them to submit the application forms does not automatically guarantee selection for the Engineering Bronze Awards or the Certificates of Recognition.
- The decision of the Engineering Colours Award Selection Board is final and no correspondence will be entertained.
- Applicants who have been short-listed for the Gold Medal Awards will be requested to attend an interview conducted by the Engineering Colours Award Selection Board.
- Applicants who have been short-listed for the Gold Medal Awards will be requested to write two 1-page articles, namely (1) an article to highlight 1 and/or 2 main distinct accomplishments among heir extra-curricular activities that would distinguish and qualify them for the Gold Medal Award, and (2) an article on other activities that they have participated in. These two articles should include work that they have accomplished over the last three years.
- Award recipients will be notified by email.
Associate Professor S K Ong
|3rd September 2005|