An engineering degree opens doors says graduate Frank

Frank Roche, Platform Applications Engineer at Intel

Frank Roche, Platform Applications Engineer at Intel

Electronic engineering graduate Frank says the levels 6, 7 and 8 courses he completed gave him skills that are highly sought after by employers

Name: Frank Roche

Courses completed: Higher Cert in Electronic Eng, B Eng in Electronic Eng and BSc in Electronic Eng 2006 to 2011

Current employer: Intel

Current role: Platform Applications Engineer

After graduating from Waterford Institute of Technology with a Level 6/7/8 Engineering degree in Electronic Engineering, I have had the opportunity to further develop my skill set in the tech industry and work in several different areas. These courses really prepare you to adapt to the constantly changing and evolving work environment.

An engineering degree really does open doors to pursue many different types of jobs. The courses have given me a wide range of skills including key business skills such as problem solving and collaboration, both of which are highly sought after by companies.

I work daily with our media customers who are using Intel Architecture (IA) in their product designs to create better, faster Media Encoding/Decoding, Processing and Video Applications for Digital Surveillance, Retail, Industrial, Smart Home, Video Conferencing, TV Video Streaming and more using our Intel Media SDK. Another requirement of this role is the development work as a team on new communications products or PoCs (Proof of Concept) for sales opportunities or customer demos.

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