ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Electrical and Electronic Engineering influences many aspects of modern life ranging from energy, healthcare, entertainment and commerce, to communications, manufacturing and the environment.
Electrical and Electronic Engineering is a challenging and evolving subject that is relevant to a wide range of industries, including the power sector and the electronics industry.
CHOOSE YOUR SPECIALISATION
Nanotechnology and Photonics
Computer Science / Software Engineering
Communications and Control
Digital and Analogue Electronics
Students get to choose from 7 specialisations in their 3rd year of studies.
BE CAREER READY
Recent graduates are employed at organisations including Apple, Audi, BBC, Bloomberg, Cisco, Facebook, Google, Intel, JP Morgan, Microsoft, Samsung and Sony.
Typical roles include Electronic Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Microeletronics Engineer, Embedded Systems Engineer, Instrumentation and Control Engineer and more.
Get RM2,500 off your tuition fee if you sign up by 31 August 2020.
We also offer up to 100% scholarships.
38 points overall, 18 from Higher Level to include Maths and Physics, Standard Level 5 English. Applicants who have not completed both Maths and Physics at Higher Level are not considered suitable for first year entry - the Foundation Year may be more appropriate.
AA in Mathematics and Physics plus A one other subject.
Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) - Senior Middle Level
Students studying science track in English with 5As including maths I maths II and physics and not including Art, Chinese, Malay or Mathematics.
Monash University Foundation Year (MUFY)
Minimum of 310 overall with 80% average in Mathematics and Physics and subject to attending an extended technical induction programme.
English Language Qualifications
Band B, (IELTS 6.5 overall, with a minimum of 5.5 in all components or GCE O-Level (1119 Grade C)).
Our typical entry requirements may subject to change. If you are unsure about your qualification or results, please contact our professional team of counsellors, or speak to your school's guidance counsellors.