A wind farm serves for energy harvesting, not for farming
Our lives today depend on access to electrical power
A moment of the historical building meeting the modern electric car
What is Electrical Engineering?
The Electrical Engineering programme is designed to provide students with a sound fundamental education in all areas of electrical engineering. As electrical energy is the backbone of modern civilization, the programme has received overwhelming support from the government and leading industries, including the offer of many scholarships, prizes, training places and employment. The core of the programme equip students with fundamental knowledge in electrical engineering, including electromagnetic theory, energy conversion, electronics, communications, signal processing, information technology, control theory, computers and software engineering. Through the choice of electives, students may subsequently specialize in electrical energy related areas, such as electric power systems, electric railways, electric vehicles, power electronics and building services. Our aim is to educate students to become professional electrical engineers to meet the societal needs.
Power and Energy
Power systems / Electric railways / Intelligent buildings / Smart grids / Electric vehicles
Power and energy is undergoing a major revival linked to the search for new technologies to build solutions for electricity supply with low environmental impact. The whole of society depends on secure electricity at home, for industry and transport. The area includes power electronics, lighting technology, electric vehicles, smart grids, power systems, network automation and electricity markets along with the associated analysis and design. There are strong connections to other areas such as sensing devices, communications, computing, signal processing and control.
- Industry: Service and electrical industries, software companies, e-commerce companies, high-tech companies and the manufacturing sector;
- Government departments;
- Further Studies.
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