At the end of your Diploma in Microelectronics course, you will be equipped with technical skills to handle electronic and microelectronic equipment competently, be proficient in using computers and analog and digital systems, and possess effective communication skills. These skills will enable you to find employment in various semiconductor and electronics-related companies. Job prospects are wide and diverse, covering design, technical support, manufacturing, sales and marketing, and service and maintenance.
Graduates are able to find job in these areas : Wafer Fabrication , IC Design, IC Assembly/Testing & Research Institutions. ...(more).
In addition there are also many opportunities for one to upgrade and study in local and overseas universities. ...(more).
You may also wish to check out the Graduate Employment Survey (GES) 2010 at GES 2010
For more information about semiconductor industry, please visit the following.EDB.website.