Improving Electrical/Electronics Education Students’ Industrial Work Experience Scheme in Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Nigeria

Ogwa Christopher Eze


The research identified some strategies for the improvement of students’ industrial work experience scheme (SIWES) in Ebonyi State University, Faculty of Education, Technology and Vocational Education Department-Electrical/Electronics section. The students of 3 and 400 levels who had participated in industrial work experience program after 100 levels of their academic sessions were the respondents. A reliability coefficient of 0.83 was established when the instrument was subjected to split-half method of Cronbach Alpha statistic analysis. Findings of the study showed that (a) organizing orientation course before students start the SIWES posting would improve the efficiency of the programme (b) the period of posting should be extended (c) students that completed their posting should be promptly paid by the institution responsible. (d) There was no significant difference between the opinions of male and female students on the strategies for improving SIWES delivery.

Keywords: Improving, electrical, electronics, SIWES, University, Abakaliki

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