Global Top 10 Universities for Electrical Engineering.

September 13, 2019

 

 

Engineering is a field pursued by budding innovators who wishes to change the world by equipping it with better technology. One of the branches of engineering is Electrical and Electronics Engineering. A lot of universities across the globe offers courses relating to it but the top universities that offer graduate and undergraduate courses in fields relating to EEE include,

 

1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

MIT is the top institute in the world when it comes to engineering. Thus it's no surprise that the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is at the top of this list. Amongst all the schools, the one that provides the said course is MIT EECS or the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Every year they provide various graduate and undergraduate majors in the same.

Website: https://www.eecs.mit.edu/

 

2. Stanford University.

One amongst its many schools is the School of Engineering which provides a vast array of majors. One among it is the Electrical Engineering major. Every year Stanford provides Bachelors, Minor and Honors programs to applicants.

Website: https://majors.stanford.edu/electrical-engineering/ee

 

3. University of California, Berkeley.

The School of Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley provides various EECS or Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Majors. With top class research facilities and faculties, UCB provides a wide array of majors and minors pertaining to Electrical Engineering.

Website: https://eecs.berkeley.edu/

 

4. University of Cambridge.

The Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge provides several major and minors in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. The undergraduate study of four year are split into 2 parts with accredited curriculum, necessary industrial exposure and several exchange programmes.

Website: http://www.eng.cam.ac.uk/

 

5. ETH Zurich.

ETH Zurich is known for its cutting edge research in science and technology. With innovative courses, majors and workshops, ETH Zurich’s Department of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering provides everything you’ll need for pursuing higher education in Electrical Engineering.

Website: https://ee.ethz.ch/

 

6.University of Oxford.

The Department of Engineering Science at the University of Oxford provides a top of the world research opportunities for all the major fields in engineering and sciences. Which includes electrical engineering as several majors and minors. 

Website: https://www.eng.ox.ac.uk/

 

7. University of California, Los Angeles.

Electrical and Computer Engineering at UCLA or the University of California, Los Angeles provides Masters, Bachelors, MS and PhD in the fields of electrical engineering in the form of various majors and minors.

Website:https://www.ee.ucla.edu/?_ga=2.91752538.1162008903.1568396720-1511763450.1568396720

 

8. Imperial College, London.

With postgraduate taught and research degrees i.e MSc and PhD respectively, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the Imperial College, London is also one of the world's foremost authorities on leading research, 

Website: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/electrical-engineering/

 

9. Harvard University.

Harvard’s John A Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences provides a vast range of majors and minors in the fields of engineering and sciences. With Electrical Engineering, there are both theoretical and experimental research opportunities available.

Website: https://www.seas.harvard.edu/electrical-engineering

 

10. The National University of Singapore.

The NUS Graduate School for Integrative Sciences and Engineering is Asia’s leading university when it comes to higher education after bachelors. With leading research and impressive majors, NUS offers excellent education for Electrical Engineering.

Website: http://www.nus.edu.sg/ngs/

 

 

 

 

 

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