Electrical and Electronic Engineers have the minds and imaginations to design and develop the technology systems that underpin our everyday lives. There is hardly any aspect of the modern world that doesn’t rely on the skills of the electrical and electronic engineer, including: power and energy systems, communications, transport, healthcare, defence and entertainment. Electronics is a technical and scientific discipline that studies physical, non-linear, electric systems or electronic components and the c...Read More
Electronics is a technical and scientific discipline that studies physical, non-linear, electric systems or electronic components and the circuits that include these physical elements or the electronic circuits. Electronics has nowadays tremendous application in almost all fields one can think of, from communication, medicine, military equipment to the entertainment industry.
Embedded technology studies the combination of computer hardware and software within a device that is designed to perform a specific and repetitive function. Embedded devices are found inside anything electronic that seems intelligent such as automobiles, mobile phones, microwave ovens, digital cameras and other gadgets that we use today.
Electronic engineering graduates are very welcome in the fast moving consumer goods industry. In this sector they will often develop a broad engineering skill set rather than focusing solely on electronic engineering issues.