7 Tips for Engineering Students


  1. Soso Mama

    Soso MamaHari Yang lalu

    It’s not that deep fam, relax. Just put your head down and work hard. The world is desperate for engineers. You’re not going to run around searching like a mad dog.

  2. Tina Sihoe

    Tina SihoeHari Yang lalu

    I am curious how you even get involved with research projects at your university.

  3. Lakshay Negi

    Lakshay Negi6 hari yang lalu

    We have to maintain 8.0 goa to sit on placements

  4. Party Power

    Party Power7 hari yang lalu

    Are there any girls here?

  5. vlKenzo

    vlKenzo13 hari yang lalu

    1) Go to class 2) Do the homework and don’t look at chegg until you’re done or you’re really stuck and have tried to work through a problem for more than 15 minutes 3) Read the textbook and get an idea of how different problems are set up how you’d solve them in your mind 4) Pay attention in fundamental classes. At times they may seem dull but they will be your foundation for courses down the road (calc 1 and 2, statics, thermo, physics, circuits)

  6. Ben Dover

    Ben Dover18 hari yang lalu

    Pro tip for engineering students - learn the Greek alphabet

  7. depressed soul

    depressed soul23 hari yang lalu

    Knowing people? Stop being shy? *Starts sweating nervously*

  8. Luis D Perez

    Luis D Perez24 hari yang lalu

    As an engineering student I've got the best advice tho: Just don't

  9. Joshua Robinson

    Joshua Robinson24 hari yang lalu

    I have a 3.28 GPA and I will end up Lord Willing if I continue to keep my grades that I have right now I will end with a 3.4 with my Associates!

  10. Jarret Rausch

    Jarret Rausch6 hari yang lalu

    Joshua Robinson I’m just getting my associates of engineering in December too... too bad that when u transfer, the only gpa that companies look at is the university where u graduate w your bachelors at.

  11. CookerSeven4

    CookerSeven426 hari yang lalu

    As a sophomore civil engineering major at manhattan college, I say with experience that anyone thinking about taking online summer courses SHOULD ABSOLUTELY TAKE THEM!!! My college requires that we take some form of religion 100, 200, and 300 level courses, and I took both 200 and 300 last summer. Now, I have one more social science to finish up next summer and I’m all done with GE’s. For me, they were 7 weeks long, had about five assignments a week, and were quite possibly the easiest A’s that I’ll ever get in a course here. You will never, I repeat, NEVER, regret taking summer courses, especially one that’s online. Best of luck to all my fellow engineering majors out there! You got this!

  12. K

    K27 hari yang lalu

    Maipasa lang ay okay na 👌

  13. Daniel Warfield

    Daniel Warfield27 hari yang lalu

    Experiment with studying on your own. Working with people can be great, but it can also be: -distracting -give you a false sense of understanding if you’re all working on the same problem -take up time meeting, setting up, and doing stuff after -make you compromise what you’re focused on with the group Studying with friends can be super useful, but personally, I prefer chegg and a quiet desk

  14. Its Me

    Its Me28 hari yang lalu

    Every videos of yours really help for people interested in this field, please keep posting more.

  15. ala ska

    ala ska29 hari yang lalu

    Respect the skilled Tradesmen you work with. Many years of on site experience will be of great value to you.

  16. Jbuns 12

    Jbuns 12Bulan Yang lalu

    As a prospective engineering student from the uk I got very confused at first😂 I’m not familiar with lots of these terms

  17. Agu Obiakor

    Agu ObiakorBulan Yang lalu

    2:01 Highest paying skill in programming isnt the regular java python kindergarden shit, Learn some obscure langage like fortran or working in assembler. Learn LaTeX, VMS, COBOL, PSL. Once you got knowledge in all of that and a degree in engineering/maths or similar then you are off to endless work and money as you can ask for whatever salary you want.

  18. Agu Obiakor

    Agu ObiakorBulan Yang lalu

    AEL, DCL, APL, Forth, RPG. More stuff to learn

  19. Anthony Posyton

    Anthony PosytonBulan Yang lalu

    As a chemical engineering Masters student, i can say everything is right but the higher the gpa the better. Many competitive companies like Merck or basf will auto filter out all applications below 3.5

  20. dawn nite

    dawn niteBulan Yang lalu

    guy u r so useful, u r more like engineering journalist!

  21. Kolden Kosmer

    Kolden KosmerBulan Yang lalu

    Yeah work all that time for a summer salary then the college takes away financial aid so you’ll have to pay more a semester.

  22. GnarbySZN🐍

    GnarbySZN🐍Bulan Yang lalu

    Go to community college and finish your general study. Maintain high gpa and transfer to a university. Try to join honor society while you’re at a community college. They help you transfer to top university

  23. Shashi Verma

    Shashi VermaBulan Yang lalu

    Which club is best for civil engineering plz help me sir.

  24. Simão Jorge

    Simão JorgeBulan Yang lalu

    What is GPA?

  25. Henrique Pereira

    Henrique Pereira2 bulan yang lalu

    What is GPA?

  26. Prathamesh Tandale

    Prathamesh Tandale2 bulan yang lalu

    I love your channel.. And I'll love to be a Engineer.

  27. Toan Maid

    Toan Maid2 bulan yang lalu

    I can do... projects... essay... reporting... research... etc. And can submit them on due date and its easy for me but doing math problems..gahhh...it gives me hell


    ISILENTNINJAI2 bulan yang lalu

    Number 1 tip -please make some projects or have some hands on knowledge on what you will be working on. I work under engineers and I'm aiming to be one myself. There are many times I get some projects that are waaaaaay over engineered. Usually always the guys with no technical background on what they are designing. Not trying to be mean, but trust me us technicians who work under you will love you for being the easy to work with engineer.

  29. Khizar Mustfa

    Khizar Mustfa2 bulan yang lalu

    Not paid in pakistan😅

  30. Yagmur

    Yagmur2 bulan yang lalu

    Amazing vid

  31. Crystallization of the soul

    Crystallization of the soul2 bulan yang lalu

    Engineering is so hard! :D

  32. TPWK

    TPWK2 bulan yang lalu

    Thank you for making this video!!!

  33. SharkTank

    SharkTank2 bulan yang lalu

    lol remember companies are capitalist assholes so make sure you give something in return

  34. Joseph D

    Joseph D2 bulan yang lalu

    in your other video you said that employers will filter it out your resume if you have lower than a 3.0

  35. Rakib Talokdar

    Rakib Talokdar2 bulan yang lalu

    What should I do as a student of Civil Engineering ?

  36. Amaan Ahmad

    Amaan Ahmad3 bulan yang lalu

    Sir can i do b tech in electrical and electronics engineering after diploma in electrical engineering

  37. turshin

    turshin3 bulan yang lalu

    I hate networking. I hate the fact that a large part of my career is based on how well I pretend to be someone's friend.

  38. Naveen Singh

    Naveen Singh3 bulan yang lalu

    Which branch to choose and what profession to follow?

  39. skeletonboxers

    skeletonboxers3 bulan yang lalu

    Pro tip for networking: networking isn’t just “upwards” but sideways as well. Don’t ladder climb on people, as that’s rude. Form some genuine relationships and aquaintances with people, superficiality won’t get you anywhere.


    JISOO PARAPIO3 bulan yang lalu

    Goodluck to me help me Lord I know it right beside me 😢🙏

  41. Saurabh Chaudhary

    Saurabh Chaudhary3 bulan yang lalu

    but in india....we have to maintain 7.5 gpa 😅

  42. Pacific Ocean

    Pacific Ocean3 bulan yang lalu

    Im lovin that my gpa is at 3.97

  43. E WORLD YT

    E WORLD YT3 bulan yang lalu

    @Pacific Ocean Your guess is wrong. I have not pursued any degree yet. And I have completed my high school with a cgpa of 8.2 on a 10 point scale. I topped my class as well. P.s- I was just appreciating your score my friend.

  44. Pacific Ocean

    Pacific Ocean3 bulan yang lalu

    @E WORLD YT no its called having a good future I can smell the failure from you through the screen

  45. E WORLD YT

    E WORLD YT3 bulan yang lalu


  46. Stephen

    Stephen3 bulan yang lalu

    I wish to build a start-up, i was science student in school and now i have 3 choices, management, industral engineering, and mechanical engineering. I love public speaking and work with and lead people. I learnt programming but i don't think it's the best for me, because i like more realistic actions. Which of the majors is the best for me to start off?

  47. August christensen

    August christensen3 bulan yang lalu

    In sweden (more often than not) you get hired based on your knowledge and not you gpa.

  48. Shaheer ziya

    Shaheer ziya2 bulan yang lalu

    That's why we have interviews in the rest of the world but some dumb schmuck can't even get a 3.0 or above which isn't That hard then it's very likely he won't be able to wokrk well either.

  49. Reiza

    Reiza3 bulan yang lalu

    Not sure why I watched as I finished my computer engineering masters five years ago, lol... Bur great tips! I will also add that for programmers, one of the best resume enhancers is having contributed to open source projects on github and the likes... It really gets the recruiter's mouth watering!

  50. Yoo Bro

    Yoo Bro4 bulan yang lalu

    Let add few on Time Management. As engineering students, we really need to know how to spend our times otherwise we end up screwing up our semester (speaking from experience). Also, staying awake late night is one of the major reason why we ended up doing nothing productive the next day. Try to go to bed at 10 and get full 8hours of sleep, wake up around 6 or 7. Write down tasks for the day and try to complete it. I'm pretty sure at the end of the day you will have 2-3 Hours to have fun.

  51. Boc Boc Gaming

    Boc Boc Gaming4 bulan yang lalu

    Im just 12

  52. E WORLD YT

    E WORLD YT3 bulan yang lalu

    Enjoy your life. Why are you trying to take stress at such an young age?😁

  53. Rin Kagamine

    Rin Kagamine4 bulan yang lalu

    Tip No.2 made me feel hopeless :(

  54. Cory Mitchell

    Cory Mitchell4 bulan yang lalu

    As a very awkward and self conscious engineering student, networking is a big fucking NO GO for me.

  55. charlie dave

    charlie dave4 bulan yang lalu

    Major prep thank you so much for your idea you have helped me a lot as an engineering student. You have my like. Do you know any university I can have my master's in mechatronics?

  56. Austin Johnson

    Austin Johnson4 bulan yang lalu

    @charlie dave yup, so far I've been going to a community college to knock out all the gen ed courses, I'm pretty much done but I still need to take calc 2/3, Diffy q, along with physics 1/2 and a hand full of engineering classes. After that I'm going to transfere out to NIU

  57. charlie dave

    charlie dave4 bulan yang lalu

    @Austin Johnson wow, that'll be cool. Best course ever💗. Am just looking towards my Master's. Are you pursuing a bachelor's degree?

  58. Austin Johnson

    Austin Johnson4 bulan yang lalu

    Hey I'm also going for mechatronics!

  59. PKMNtrainer Mann

    PKMNtrainer Mann4 bulan yang lalu

    Better tip, study in the UK where general ed doesn't exist....

  60. Hamza Ilarzeg

    Hamza Ilarzeg4 bulan yang lalu

    If that statement Who you know> What you know is correct then i"m doomed. I can never function in social situations. including making new friends.

  61. Rashedul Kabir

    Rashedul Kabir4 bulan yang lalu

    are you an engineering student?

  62. Engr Abbas Khan

    Engr Abbas Khan4 bulan yang lalu

    In pakistan its not paid internship

  63. Manuel Friend

    Manuel Friend5 bulan yang lalu

    This is why the school system is broken.

  64. Kalimuthu K

    Kalimuthu K5 bulan yang lalu

    Can you make this video for an indian student

  65. Joshua Lydon

    Joshua Lydon5 bulan yang lalu

    I'm 15 and I've landed a summer job in h-vac. If I can do it, so can you!

  66. itsmuba

    itsmuba5 bulan yang lalu

    who watching before final

  67. Pavan

    Pavan5 bulan yang lalu

    Lol I literally prayed for a curve every semester 😂

  68. Aleks Eli

    Aleks Eli5 bulan yang lalu

    * Sees the Tip 1* Ok, I'm out

  69. luke grantham

    luke grantham6 bulan yang lalu

    Tips from a Computer Engineer in his last week in undergrad: 1. Visit office hours, even if you have no questions. Name recognition is everything and more often than not, you can get helpful tips on study topics. I have even gotten exam questions ahead of time from professors who want to reward interest. 2. Love the process. I averaged 40 hours a week in the library (this does not include class time). If you do not love the material, or are not willing to force yourself, you will have much difficulty keeping up. 3. Study with people smarter than you. You become who you spend time with. If you spend time with non-motivated students on their third round in the class, you adopt the mindset. 4. Value delayed gratification. You will have to make sacrifices. If it was easy, everyone would do it.

  70. XxPlayMakerxX131

    XxPlayMakerxX1316 bulan yang lalu


  71. Blah

    Blah7 bulan yang lalu

    damn dude nice video. Im currently enrolled in CheE and all of this has pretty much already flowed through my mind.