At the University of Newcastle we train electrical engineers capable of solving the greatest global electronic challenges. As an electrical and electronic engineer you can help develop precision agriculture technology to increase food production efficiency, refine aircraft electrical systems and even build smart grid systems to help manage alternative energy resources. Or, follow in the footsteps of our team of researchers and develop life changing medical technology - like the artificial pancreas currently under development at the university of Newcastle.
What is electrical and electronic engineering? Electrical and electronic engineering exposes students to courses in electronics, computer systems, telecommunications, bioengineering, control, robotics and electrical power engineering. When you study a Bachelor of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, you will learn to design and build systems and machines that generate, transmit, measure, control and use electrical energy essential to modern life.