Partial or full financial support for your iGP module covering equipment purchase and manufacturing costs.
Priority in being included in hiring events held by our industry partners.
Logistics support to purchase equipment from abroad.
Access to specialized technical mentors from the industry.
Access to market data through our industry partners.
Access to testing facilities through our academic and industry partners.
Visibility of your efforts and work through our media partners.
Logistics support when applying to competitions based on your iGP Module.
Priority in attending technical seminars and workshops related to your iGP module.
Opportunity to attend specialized workshops to develop your hands-on skills, soft skills, and project management skills.
Access to career advising professionals for 1:1 consultations, interview mockups and CV review.
Attending all supervisor meetings and actively participating according to plan.
Attend all major iGP Full team meetings.
Reply to all iHub emails within 48 hours.
Biweekly group status reports to be sent by email.
Comply with all iHub rules and regulations.
Providing all the following on or before the announced deadlines:
iGP Module Scope of Work and Initial Project Plan.
iGP Module Initial Bill of Materials.
Technical Report for the 1st Technical Review.
Technical Report for the 2nd Technical Review.
Official Receipts for all items that need to be reimbursed.
Final Report for iGP Final Assessment
Provide all support needed to integrate your module with the complete project.
Provide all support needed to demonstrate your module to the media when required.
Provide all support needed to demonstrate your module in competitions (such as IbTIECar and EED) that iGP will participate in.
In addition to your final iGP report, you must write a six-page double-column professional-grade technical paper that includes your design details, implementation efforts, testing results and conclusions.