If you are
good at designing original things,
a critical thinker, and
eager to learn new technologies,
you can become a successful Electrical and Electronics Engineer. Of course, all other positive attributes in addition to these qualifications you have (such as good humor, positive thinking, good communication skills, diligence, etc.) will make you happier and more successful both in your life and in your profession.
In our EEE curriculum, after taking courses in mathematics, natural and social sciences, and electrical/electronic circuits along with other fundamental EEE courses, students can graduate by completing a final project and by choosing one or two specific concentration areas. These concentration areas include telecommunication, computer, control, microwave and antennas, energy systems, power electronics, chip design, biomedicine and robots.
WHY AGU EEE ?
If you want to
study in a 100% English undergraduate program,
study through a unique and innovative curriculum,
study in a department which has an advisory board whose members are from both industry and academia,
study in a learner-oriented active learning environment in small classes and with state-of-the-art laboratory equipment,
obtain opportunities to apply theories into practice with long-term summer trainings,
participate in a mentor-mentee relationship with distinguished executives from the business world,
have opportunities to work closely with faculty members, and
benefit from the visions of the faculty members,
AGU EEE is the best choice for you.