Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Electrical Engineering
PROGRAM STRUCTURE AND FEES
The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Electrical Engineering program offered in collaboration with the University of Technology Sydney and Kings Cornerstone International College provides a comprehensive four-year study plan that equips students with the skills and knowledge required for a successful career in electrical engineering. The first two years of the program, completed at Kings Cornerstone International College, lead to the attainment of a Pearson Level 5 in Engineering qualification. Subsequently, students transition to the University of Technology Sydney for the final two years, culminating in the award of a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical. Studying electrical engineering in Australia offers numerous career advantages, including access to a thriving job market and opportunities to work with cutting-edge technology. Prominent companies in Australia that actively hire electrical engineering graduates include but are not limited to Cochlear, AGL Energy, and Siemens Australia. These firms offer competitive average salaries for electrical engineers, which can range from AUD 65,000 to AUD 100,000 or more, depending on experience and location. In terms of new inventions in electrical engineering in Australia, one notable development is the integration of renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind power, into the national electrical grid. Australia has made significant strides in harnessing clean energy, and innovations in grid management and energy storage technologies are continually emerging. This commitment to sustainable practices not only addresses environmental concerns but also opens up exciting opportunities for electrical engineers to contribute to a more sustainable future.