- 4th in the world – based on 2021 QS World University Rankings by Subject.
- Corporate Laboratories - We have attracted some of the world’s biggest multinationals – Rolls Royce, ST Engineering, Delta Electronics, SMRT – to set up corporate laboratories in the school. You will have ample opportunities to work with them and gain insights about industry trends and developments.
- Garage@EEE – A space where you can bring your ideas to fruition, be an entrepreneur, with the school’s mentorship and financial support.
- Vibrant student life – Our extensive student bodies – EEE Club, EEE LEAD, EEE Outreach, MLDA, Garage, Clean Energy Club – enable you to explore your interest, grow your social network, and learn beyond the classroom.
Lecturer Dr Eddy Foo from the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering (NTU EEE) shares on the school’s holistic education approach.
“The NTU EEE programme is a holistic programme which offers a plethora of courses from various disciplines and provides opportunities for students to enrich and stimulate personal growth. It enables students to interact with well-known professors and allows them to learn in state-of-the-art training facilities. This is the place where students establish connections with experts who will equip them with the necessary skills and knowledge to meet the challenges for jobs of the future.”
Lecturer Dr Eddy Foo
School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering
Meet Kant Kaw Khin from the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (NTU EEE) and learn more about how the interdisciplinary learning helped her realise her passion.
"Pursuing a double degree in Information Engineering & Media and Economics broadened my worldview and pushed me to analyse real world problems from different perspectives. A jack of many trades, I was given the opportunity to explore different areas of expertise and discover my passion. Staying true to "One Degree, A World of Opportunities", there is no limit to which future career I can pursue."
Kant Kaw Khin
Double Degree in Bachelor of Engineering in Information
Engineering and Media (IEM) and Social Sciences (Economics)