Adelaide’s School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering—ranked 42 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 2020.
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.
If you intend to graduate in the Semester 1, 2021 Conferral Round (Ceremony in September 2021), please check your application status in Access Adelaide now.
ECMS remains a leading research and education institute both nationally and internationally with 10 disciplines ranking within the top 100 in the 2021 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU).
Congratulations to the three ECMS researchers who have been awarded Fulbright Scholarships to continue their world-class research at leading US universities.
Working within our Adelaide Hub, you will hone your skills in cyber security, technology and innovation. You’ll also have the chance to work across a variety of industries – from health to education, cyber, automation, aerospace and defence, with roles open to applicants from technology, engineering and mathematics. Applications close 1 June.
Bachelors and Honours students: Improve your employability skills and present your research to a large online audience! You could win tickets to the Australasian Conference of Undergraduate Research (ACUR) and even represent the University as one of the student presenters. Expressions of Interest by 6 June.
Associate Professor Mathias Baumert and team have, for the first time, discovered a "clear link between the frequency and duration of unconscious wakefulness during night-time sleep and an increased risk of dying from diseases of the heart and blood vessels, and death from any cause, particularly in women".
Austmine will be holding a number of information sessions to provide students information about the Austmine STEM Mining Equipment, Technology and Services (METS) Career Pathway Program.
Spirit of Place explores South Australian contemporary Aboriginal architecture, landscape architecture and placemaking. The collection of works represents the diversity of design responses to South Australia’s rich Aboriginal cultures.
This information session is open to pre-penultimate and penultimate undergraduate/postgraduate female students who are interested in applying for the scholarship and internship. The session will explain both the Women's Internship and Scholarship, and the Women in Digital Internship and Scholarship opportunities.
The Fishbowl Challenge is a 6-month intensive venture-building program and competition for young university entrepreneurs. Participants work in international teams with students across the globe to build tech-based social ventures. Applications close 1 July 2021.