Why Study Electrical & Electronic Engineering?
Electrical & Electronic Engineers design and create systems that use electrical energy. This broad field represents the leading edge of technology in many domains: from wind farms to computer chips; from hybrid vehicles to unmanned aircraft.
Graduates from the School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering have the opportunity to specialise in a diverse variety of growing fields such as defence, image processing, robotics and automation, radar and remote sensing, micromachines, biomedical engineering and information security.
Studying at the School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering will enable you to build and enhance the necessary skills required to launch a dynamic and stimulating career that will challenge you from graduation to retirement and beyond.