We undertake studies in transport, power generation and energy systems, with a focus on low emission technologies and energy efficiency.

Career outcomes

Electrical engineering and mechatronics graduates are known for their strong analytical and problem solving skills. They find employment in a variety of capacities, ranging from research and technical engineering work to management and finance, across a broad array of areas, including the energy, telecommunications, computer, electronics, defence, manufacturing, automation, transport and biotechnology industries.

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