About the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
The Ingkarni Wardli building, home of the School
The School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering was founded in 1946 and has an outstanding reputation for teaching and research excellence.
Electrical and Electronic Engineering disciplines provide solutions to the most critical problems facing the world today. Our graduates are in high demand as the world seeks guidance for energy, environment, aging population and technology paradigm shifts.
With innovative culture, state of the art facilities and strong links with industry, our academic and research staff are world leaders in their field. Supported by this real world research environment, our undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs can lead to an exciting and rewarding career.
In an exciting development for the School, from 2016 we will offer the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical and Electronic), with new majors in Autonomous Systems, Biomedical Engineering, Communication Systems, Computer Engineering and Renewable Energy. We will continue to offer the current combined and double degree options.
Our postgraduate programs enable students to gain cutting edge specialist knowledge, with our coursework Master's degrees in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, and our research degrees of Master and Doctor of Philosophy.