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What is Electrical and Electronic Engineering?

As the name suggests, Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) is largely focused on engineering relating to electricity and is one of the most modern forms of engineering. The study of electricity has seen remarkable innovations in the telegraph industry, technology such as televisions, electronic circuits, robotics, and Internet-of-Things (IoT).

EEE Engineers design several electrical systems that work in automobiles, aircraft systems, transport networks, power generation and distribution, and renewable energy.
What is EEE? Click on the image and find out!


Why study Electrical and Electronic Engineering?

Engineering is one of the most popular degree you can get from university. With so many different types of engineering, it can be difficult to decide what is best to study.

Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) is a vast and ever-expanding field that covers a wide range of disciplines such as power engineering, signal processing, communications, machine learning and many others.

With a degree in EEE, you will have many career options. You could consider working in computer engineering, telecommunications, robotics, clean energy, or system analytics industry. 

A degree in EEE will give you a strong technical foundation in various areas which include electronics, signal processing, power engineering, microprocessors, and machine learning. With in-depth learning, there will be hands-on, practical lab sessions to ensure that you are ready for engineering work when you graduate.

Why NTU is known for Electrical and Electronic Engineering?

NTU School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is ranked 4th, according to QS World University Rankings by Subject 2021.

Firstly, you will be taught by internationally renowned experts with a strong passion for the subject. NTU EEE courses encapsulate all the latest technological developments and the needs of the industry.

NTU EEE offers a wide range of scholarships, student club activities, internships, and exclusive employment opportunities. You will have the privilege to access to state-of-the-art facilities like EEE Garage, EEE Gallery and iHub, where you can explore new school projects to work on.


Here are just some of the many innovations our teaching staff have contributed to:
1) Noise-cancelling device
2) High-resolution medical imaging device
3) Quantum dot lasers​

These are NTU EEE joint research laboratories: 

With new electronic systems constantly being developed and technology such as robots and smartphones becoming ever advanced, NTU EEE assures you will have an exciting future to look forward to. You might even up work on space-related projects!​

​Keen to find out about EEE / IEM Curriculum​? Click on the image below.

Click here to find out about NTU EEE joint research labs

What jobs can you do with an NTU EEE degree?

Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) plays a significant role in the modern world. The scope of EEE is not limited to certain sectors, in fact, most employers choose EEE graduates who aim at specialising their skillset further.

EEE Jobs that you can consider:

Aerospace Industry - Aerospace Electrical Engineer

Automotive Industry - Automotive Engineer

Built Environment Industry - Contract Engineer

Defence Industry - Military Engineer

Electronics Industry - Electronic Engineers

Retail Industry - Investment Analyst

Marine Industry - Engineering Technician

Power Generation Industry - Maintenance/Engineering Assistant

Gas and Oil Industry - Test Engineer

Rail Industry - Systems Engineer

What is Information Engineering and Media?

Information Engineering and Media (IEM) programme is a merger of three disciplines, Engineering, Media and Art. This four-year the multidisciplinary programme provides students with strong technical knowledge in the engineering field and enhances their creative potential through the exposure to innovative processes.

IEM has opened new possibilities, experiences, and business opportunities for a new breed of info-communication engineers.
What is IEM? Click to find out!

What study Information Engineering and Media?

With three disciplines combined as one programme, new breakthroughs have been achieved. Remarkable progress in movies and games are made possible with technology working together, with art and creativity.

Information Engineering and Media (IEM) allows you to explore different disciplines and understand your strength in each discipline. With the ever-changing demands of the tech industry, being equipped with the knowledge on technical and creative aspect is crucial.

 What jobs can you do with an NTU IEM degree?





Research & Development


Business & Management

IT & Communications

Banking & Finance

Service Industry

For more information on EEE / IEM programmes, please click on the images:

Find out about EEE / IEM Internship opportunities! 
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What are the student bodies at NTU EEE?
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Programme information:



  • Bachelor of Engineering (EEE) Programme​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Admission requirements

​GCE "A" Level
  • ​Pass in H2 Level in Mathematics, and​
  • Pass in H2 Level in Physics / Chemistry / Biology / Computing, and
  • Pass in H1 Level / GCE "O" Level Physics / equivalent*

Polytechnic Diploma
Applicants with Polytechnic Diploma or Final Year students with relevant diplomas from a local polytechnic in Singapore will be considered for direct entry into the second year**

*Pass in GCE "O" Level Physics is required for applicants who have not taken Physics at H2 or H1 Level.

** The list of acceptable diplomas is available here​ 

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