B.Tech. Recognized at the Wharton - QS Stars Reimagine Education Conference.
December 9, 2014
The Bachelor of Technology program submitted an application to the 2014 Wharton - QS Stars Reimagine Education Conference in Philadelphia, PA. B.Tech. was shortlisted in the “Nurturing Student Employability” category.
The shortlist consisted of 7 other programs from institutions all over the world including, North Carolina State University, the University of South Whales and Queensland University of Technology.
There were a similar number of shortlisted candidates in each of the other 7 categories. Being recognized to this extent means B.Tech. was one of approximately 50 out of 427 participants.
The applicant package submitted by the Bachelor of Technology Program, focused on the key strengths of the program that inevitably create employable graduates with both practical, hands-on skills and theoretical knowledge:
The Bachelor of Technology program will continue to evolve and strive for success in the engineering technology world. The popularity of the program is rapidly growing and we will continue to produce work-place ready graduates.
Jacqueline Crossley, Recruiting & Promotion Coordinator, McMaster-Mohawk Bachelor of Technology Program