The Engineering Club was one of 38 clubs in attendance. The clubs focused on a range of interests: academic and career, social and leisure, community engagement, and life and wellness.
The many activities and performances put on by the student clubs attracted and engaged more than 600 attendees.
The highlight of the day was the new Engineering Club.
The main purpose of the group was to help students better understand everything related to the engineering field, including electrical and mechanical engineering.
Attendees were impressed with the decoration of the booth and especially with a mini car racing game with maybugs.
Club member and Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) student Nguyen Phuong Duy explained the inspiration behind the mini game idea.
“The vibration of my phone helped me to come up with the idea of making a vibrating maybug,” he said.
“It is designed like a car and moves like car as well. I am very proud of my invention.”
Tran Le Nha Tran, co-founder and president of the Engineering Club, was excited about the birth of the club.
“My friends and I have worked very hard to establish this club.”
“I believe that our members will invent more unique products. And we are very happy to welcome everyone who is interested in the engineering field,” she said.
Many other clubs added to the success of Club Day.
Each club had unique decorations and performances to attract audiences.
Singers, guitarists and drummers at the Music Club booth entertained students and lit up the whole sports hall.
Nguyen Thien Minh, President of Music Club said “This Club Day performance helps us to connect with audiences.”
The SGS Club Day was held on 22 October, the Hanoi City campus event on 31 October.