The impact of electrical and electronic engineering touches almost every area of our lives. The way we commute from one place to another, how we communicate and receive information and how illnesses are traced and treated are some examples.
Trained in a broad-based discipline that has relevance across various industries, our electrical and electronic engineering graduates are well-positioned to solve crucial engineering issues and to improve the living conditions of the modern world - making things more efficient, sustainable and affordable.
One of the founding schools of NTU, the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is presently one of the largest EEE schools in the world with an undergraduate enrolment of over 3000 students. Consistently ranked among the top world universities ranking in electrical and electronic engineering, our undergraduate programmes strike a balance in providing a multifaceted curriculum compassing major areas in electrical and electronic engineering and cross-disciplinary courses in arts, business and humanities.