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The setting of this research is applying a project-based learning model in industrial robot practicum course 1. Specifically, this research aims to increase the creativity of industrial electrical engineering students. The number of samples in this research was 48 students. A one-shot case study design was used to see the influence provided. The data analysis technique uses descriptive percentage analysis. This research uses the creative thinking scale (CTS) product observation sheet instrument. The research proves that the average student score is 84 in terms of creativity in producing products in the form of flowcharts. This value is in the very high category. This means that applying project-based learning models is appropriate to increase student creativity, especially in the industrial robot practicum I course.