QUOTE(779364 @ Feb 27 2008, 12:07 AM)
I heard from one of my cousin who is an ex-UTP graduate but he studied Mechanical Engineering and graduated but unfortunately he could not find a job in Singapore cause they don't recognise his university.
So sad,thought of going to UTP to study petroleum engineering
My advice is that start get a job locally to get some experience, it's your performances during those years in the job that will help you advance your career. If you're serious then go UTP and do it, doesn't matter where you got your degree so long you can secured employment after you graduate from then you build your contacts with in the industry and trust me Petroleum is truly a 'global language'. So don't be dishearted with this so go and get your degree build some experience and then venture out.
QUOTE(MF2 @ Feb 27 2008, 12:48 PM)
but don't work with petronas....gov spend a lot with petronas company for advertisement...the worker will be burden...no bonus...less pay ...etc...
petronas still pays alot esp. bonus to their worker.
QUOTE(Oakha @ Feb 27 2008, 01:26 PM)
when the petrol run out ?????
That will be sometime in the future, mind you our oil is the best quality in the world with an API of 45, the more API the better the quality quality it is, most middle eastern countries oils are in the range of 27 - 35 API. Anyway don't think abt Malaysia think abt other countries.