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Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering
Electrical and computer systems engineers turn ideas into reality.
As an electrical and computer systems engineer, you will investigate, design, develop, test, market and manage a wide range of products and systems.
What is electrical and computer systems engineering?
Electrical and computer systems engineering encompasses biomedical, computer systems, electronics, electrical power engineering, robotics and telecommunications.
This rapidly evolving field works with new technologies and techniques every day. You might design products such as smart phones, virtual reality systems or video games. You might develop tools to repair diseased organs such as prosthetic and cochlear implants. Or maybe robotic medical devices to assist in surgery and rehabilitation.
What do electrical and computer systems engineers do?
This branch of engineering covers many specialist roles.
Careers in electrical and computer systems engineering
As an electrical and computer systems engineer you could work locally or internationally in a wide range of industries including:
Many graduates also work in large public and private telecommunications, manufacturing and electrical power companies. Others work for defence and intelligence organisations.
You will also be prepared for careers in other industries such as online ticketing, banking and finance - or any organisation that needs to create, store, encode and transmit data or manage complex systems.