Master of Engineering (Electrical Engineering)

Study Area


Study Level



University of Wollongong



Course Detail



Intake Time

March, July

Standard Duration

2 years

About the Course

The Master of Engineering (Electrical) provides graduate engineers with discipline-specific knowledge and technical skills in electrical engineering, including renewable energy and high-voltage systems. You will learn how electrical energy is produced and used in domestic, commercial and industrial buildings. You will gain advanced knowledge in designing and building systems that generate, transmit, control and use electrical energy. Areas include wireless engineering, high voltage engineering, and digital integrated circuit design. The program will suit you if you're an engineering graduate wanting specialist knowledge in the latest power engineering technologies, or seeking a career change in this sector. This degree The Master of Engineering delivers expert skills and applied competencies required for the professional engineer. It is designed to train and enhance professional practice, advance technical and specialist skills, and provide an opportunity to put theory into practice with applied projects and research. The degree also delivers communication, strategic and project management skills essential to the practising engineer. What you will study You will complete the core subjects in Professional Communications and Engineering Workplace Practice, Innovation and Design, Advanced Laboratory, and Research Methods. For the Electrical major you will study subjects in Advanced Signals and Systems, Power System Analysis, Renewable and Distributed Generation, plus electives from Electrical, Computer, Mechanical or Engineering subjects. You will also complete an advanced project.


Average Score



6.5 overall and individual band scores of 6

Background Requirements


University of Wollongong

Institute Ranking

"#196 in QS World University Rankings 2021, #10 in Australia"

Program Ranking

"#7 in Australia for Engineering-Civil and Structural, #51-100 in the world. *QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020"