Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical) – Part-time

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Next Term Start Date: 3 January 2017

The University of Newcastle is ranked in the top 150 universities for the electrical engineering discipline (QS World Universities Ranking (2013), and in 2012, the discipline received the highest possible ranking in Australia for our research (Australian Research Council 2012 ERA Rankings).

Electrical engineering is a rapidly expanding and wide ranging discipline. It is the major area of expertise behind control and automation, telecommunications, robotics, signal processing, analogue and digital electronics, nano-technology and power generation and distribution.

Our electrical engineering graduates can choose career paths in  a range of industries, including:

  • aerospace industry
  • biomedical instrumentation industry
  • computer engineering industry
  • chemical industry
  • construction industry
  • defence industry
  • electronics industry
  • fast moving consumer goods industry
  • information Technology
  • industrial Control and Automation
  • marine industry
  • materials and metals industry
  • oil and gas industry
  • pharmaceuticals industry
  • power generation industry
  • rail industry
  • semiconductor industry
  • telecommunications
  • utilities industry

The electrical engineering part-time degree in Singapore runs for nine trimesters over three years, and includes 12 weeks of approved industrial placement.

When you join our electrical engineering degree in Singapore, you will have access to:

  • A well-structured electrical engineering curriculum
  • Modern laboratory facilities
  • Opportunities to put theory into practice with an industry-related project in your final year of study

Our academics are drawn from diverse and distinct industrial and academic backgrounds and are also involved in independent research in their field, and also carry out research in partnership with industry.


Engineers Australia

This degree is accredited by Engineers Australia, and many other affiliated international organisations, through the Washington Accord. Students who successfully complete the Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) are eligible to apply for membership to Engineers Australia.

Hear from our graduates:

  1. Mr Lee Wei Kang, Graduated in 2009

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