Pathway and Foundation Programmes
Electrical engineering deals with the design, development and maintenance of electrical systems and their components. You will be responsible for their safety, quality, sustainability and reliability. As well as this, you will be involved in the design and manufacturing of electrical equipment that will be used across a wide range of sectors, such as construction, maintenance and transportation.
Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Foundation Year) UG:Foundation
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Master of Science in Automotive Embedded Systems - MGCER, India and ESIGELEC Pathways Programmes
ESIGELEC, Graduate School of Engineering FranceFind out more
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