Centre for Engineering Education (CEE) established in 2010 is a centre of excellence (CoE) at UTM. CEE envisions to improve and advance the quality of engineering education at all levels from school to university to industry. CEE is the first university in Asia to offer PhD in Engineering Education since 2007 with the support from a few universities from the US and Denmark. As a CoE, CEE provides a conducive learning experience for its students to develop significant research and innovative scholarly practices in a supportive community of practice in engineering education. The support ranges from international experts in engineering education, research grants, experienced supervisors, publication experience, networking, award-winning fellows, excellent research culture, and international conferences. CEE has graduated more than 20 PhD graduates and 2 MPhil graduate in Engineering Education.



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Jawatan Kosong di CEE UTM

Pembantu Tadbir (N19)

Tarikh tutup: 24 Oktober 2021

Featuring CEE Founder in IRSPBL2021

Prof. Dr. Khairiyah Mohd Yusof will be featuring as one of the distinguished Speakers in the IRSPBL2021

Call for extended abstract

Extended abstract submission for RCEE & RHEd 2021 has been extended to 25 August 2021.

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Rigorous Research in STEM & Engineering Education Workshop Series 


CEE has organized a series of conferences since 2005. The Conference on Engineering Education on 2005 was the first conference held by CEE, and later branded as the Regional Conference on Engineering Education (RCEE).International Innovative Practices in Higher Education Expo (I-PHEX) is an international exhibition where academicians in higher education worldwide gather to share and showcase their innovative practices to improve higher education. This exhibition has been organized annually since 2014.




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RCEE & RHEd 2021

The Centre for Engineering Education, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia proudly brings you the 9th Regional Conference in Engineering Education (RCEE) and Research in Higher Education (RHEd) 2021 on the 30 November - 1 December 2021. RCEE & RHEd 2021 is jointly organized with the Society of Engineering Education Malaysia (SEEM), which is an active organization in leading the efforts of advancing engineering education in Malaysia. for more details you can click to the link...
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RCEE 2020: Special Sessions

Special Session 1 : Engaging Future Engineers Towards Embracing Sustainable Development29 September 2020, 2.00 pm-3.30 pm (MYT) Prof. Dr. Anette Kolmos (Aalborg University, Denmark)SDG and Complexity in Engineering EducationProf. Dr. Seeram Ramakrishna (National University of Singapore)Outcome-based Assessment and the Implementation of CQI in Engineering Programmes Special Session 2 : Nature and Technology: Effective Utilisation for Meaningful Learning29 September 2020, 2.00 pm-3.30 p...
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At first glance, Engineering and Philosophy seem to be on opposite sides of a spectrum of scholarship: Engineering as a discipline concerned with making decisions, solving problems, and designing. Philosophy as a discipline concerns with studying the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, and existence. So what can philosophy bring to research and practice in engineering education? This webinar will provide an overview of different sub-disciplines of philosophy and show examples about their ...
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