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.
Raise your professional profile and get a head start in your career, through becoming a free student member of Engineers Australia.
Students will need to complete this experience 2 days a week for 10 weeks, starting mid August 2020.
The Adelaide Summer Research Scholarship program is now accepting applications from current undergraduate students across all Schools within the Faculty of ECMS. Applications close 18 September.
The Vacation scholarships are run over the Australian summer and offer talented undergraduate students the opportunity to join in our research and collaborate with our leading researchers and innovators.
Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical and Civil engineering students: the Aurecon 2020 internship program is now open! Apply today, applications close 9 August.
Students from architecture, computer science and all engineering disciplines are encouraged to apply now for the Woodside Summer Vacation Program 2020/2021 12 week program. Applications close 21 August.
11 August: Join the leaders of our internationally recognised Centre for Sustainable Planetary and Space, Professor Volker Hessel and Associate Professor John Culton, for an awe-inspiring glimpse into a future that’s literally out of this world.
18 August: You're invited to join Professor Andy Koronios, CEO of SmartSat CRC, who will cover the SmartSat ‘mission-oriented’ research and development (R&D) program, technology roadmap and current and future project opportunities.