The Electrical Systems major is offered in the Bachelor of Science and leads to masters-level study in Electrical Engineering.
At the coursework masters level, we offer two accredited courses: the Master of Engineering (Electrical) and the Master of Engineering (Electrical with Business).
Our graduate research programs — the MPhil and the PhD — are built on world-leading projects and are led by staff with international recognition for their multi-disciplinary research contributions.
Internships and industry projects
A unique opportunity to practise technical skills in a real-life work environment, supported by a dedicated workplace and an academic supervisor. Gain practical experience to enhance your employment prospects and networking opportunities.
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.