Course at a Glance
Course Length: 3 years, full-time
Course taught in English
CRICOS Provider Code: 03567C | CRICOS Course Code: 095813K
In this accredited and prestigious programme you will gain:
Skills and know-how in the latest and developing technologies in electrical engineering
Practical guidance and feedback from electrical experts from around the world
Knowledge from the extensive experience of expert lecturers, rather than from just theoretical information
Global networking contacts in the industry
A valuable and accredited Bachelor of Science (Electrical Engineering) qualification
The field of engineering concerned with the study and application of electricity and electromagnetism is electrical engineering. Essential to our modern infrastructure and conveniences, electrical engineers employ their skills across a large number of specializations, including the design of household appliances, lighting, the wiring of buildings, telecommunication systems, power generation, transmission, distribution, and utilization. Electrical engineers can be involved in designing new systems, solving problems, testing equipment and working on a wide range of components and systems, from the smallest microchips to huge power station generators.
With this qualification, you will have acquired the essential knowledge which underpins both this and other fields of engineering. More importantly, you will have become an electrical engineering technologist.
EIT on-campus programmes include tutorial and lecture sessions, practical lab exercises, class/group discussions and personal study time. EIT uses a blended model of learning with industry experts and academics based locally and streamed in from around the world.
Our students have access to a personalized student portal where all course materials are available 24/7.
Each unit is composed of 10 hours of study per week. Full-time on-campus students will study 4 – 4.5 units per semester and are required to be on campus for a minimum of 20 hours per week for the tutorial, lecture, lab/workshop and self-study sessions.
Practical Exercises, Remote Labs and Assignments
All EIT programmes provide access to remote laboratories and cutting-edge simulation software. Hands-on laboratory practicals are an essential component of EIT’s programmes to ensure our students put theory into practice. These hands-on workshops cover the major discipline-specific applied skills required for competency in engineering practice.
Remote and on-campus students need support, encouragement and a go-to person. Our students are supported by dedicated Learning Support Officers (LSOs) and Course Coordinators for the duration of their studies, giving them a greater chance of success. Students studying our degrees will have a committed LSO for each unit of study.