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Why Study Electrical and Electronic Engineering with us?

The University of Adelaide is consistently ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide, and as one of only two Australian universities to receive a top 50 world ranking for Electrical and Electronic Engineering*, graduates will receive a degree from South Australia's premier tertiary institution that is held in high esteem throughout the world

Unlike some more narrowly focused degrees, our world recognized degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering is designed to provide a broad foundation to underpin a career that can adapt to changing needs in the dynamic world we live in. Furthermore, in their third year, students have the opportunity to begin technical specialisation through the choice of a major in a diverse variety of growing fields such as autonomous systems, biomedical engineering, communications system, computer engineering and renewable energy. Choosing a major is a great way for students to pursue topics of special interest without narrowing their future options. All graduates, irrespective of their major, qualify as electrical and electronic engineers giving them the flexibility to pursue a careers in a wide range of fields within the profession.

Studying at the School of Electrical and 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.

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School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering

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