Adelaide’s School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering—ranked 43 in the world in the discipline*—will equip you for a diverse, global career at the forefront of technological change.
* Academic Ranking of World Universities 2019.
Studying at the University of Adelaide will challenge and inspire you. Continuously ranked among the world’s top 1% of universities, we're a member of Australia's prestigious Group of Eight, comprising the country's most research-intensive universities.
Our beautiful North Terrace campus features traditional sandstone buildings, open spaces and cutting-edge facilities. It’s located in the heart of the multicultural city of Adelaide, South Australia—close to accommodation, shops, entertainment and attractions.
In this ideal educational setting, the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering offers a range of world-class degrees. Find out more about study options, entry requirements, how to apply and life in Adelaide.
You're invited to apply to our 2020 Women in STEM Careers (WiSC) Program. Applications close 23 February.
Applications are open now for KPMG’s 2021 Graduate Program and 2020/21 Vacation Program, closing 6 March.
Congratulations to Professor Derek Abbott from the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering who has been made an Honorary Fellow of Engineers Australia.
The ECMS Higher Degree by Research (HDR) Travelling Scholarship was established to support higher degree by research students who present study-related research at a peer-reviewed conference. Applications close 31 March 2020.
The Frank Perry Travelling Scholarship in Engineering is available to support higher degree by research students of outstanding merit in the field of engineering who present study-related research at a peer-reviewed conference. Applications close 31 March 2020.
This week we saw a vibrant and impressive display of our student projects at Ingenuity 2019. Filling the exhibition halls of the Adelaide Convention Centre we welcomed over 5000 attendees, from school students to members of industry.
1 April: The 2020 Dean's Research Seminar Series kicks off with guest speaker and best-selling author Chip Huyen who is working with a US-based start-up that focuses on overcoming the challenge of productionizing research in the machine learning industry.
12 May: Whether you're still at high school or planning to join us mid-year, taking a break from study or rethinking your career path, come chat with us at STEM Careers Night.