Electrical and Electronic Engineering (AI) Intern

Organization description

Established in 1997, St.Hua Private School has helped its industrial customers to bridge the skills gap and improve their industrial knowledge and methodology.

St.Hua provides customized training and solutions to industries, and constantly adapts to new industries and career trends to provide the most suitable solutions.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Understand company and client challenges and how integrating AI capabilities can help lead to solutions
  • Develop prototypes, conduct feasibility studies, design system specification and implement solutions in real world applications.
  • Work with engineers and management heads to identify process improvement opportunities and come out with innovative solutions
  • Work closely with industry partners to explore opportunities for collaboration.
  • Work closely with respective subject experts to review, identify gaps and improvise the current process.
  • Undertake and co-lead projects assigned, prepare reports and presentations to communicate project results.
  • Ensure timely delivery of projects within the committed schedule and assist in preparing materials needed and data collection
  • Perform statistical analysis so that the organization can make better-informed decisions

Learning Outcome:

  • Gain knowledge and experience in the field of artificial intelligence, deep learning and computer vision through hands-on projects.
  • Chance to work with different industries and understand the skills-in-demand.
  • Platforms to apply broad experience and deepen comprehensive knowledge of engineering principles, theories and concepts.
  • Opportunity to understand new technologies and related environments.


  • Undergraduate in Electrical and Electronic Engineering or related courses
  • Good academic track record
  • Proficient in using Python, SQL, and other scripting/programming languages to solve real-life problems.
  • Proven use of machine learning, statistical modeling or econometrics in internship or coursework is a plus.