NTU School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (NTU EEE) is one of the largest and most highly ranked schools in the world with over 3,000 undergraduate students and 1,000 graduate students. It began as one of the three founding schools of Nanyang Technological University, then known as Nanyang Technological Institute. The first intake of 194 students graduated successfully in 1985, marking the first batch of NTU EEE graduates.
Today, the School has become one of the world’s largest engineering schools that nurtures competent engineers and researchers. Each year, the School graduates over a thousand students who are ready to take on great ambitions and challenges.
One Degree, A World of Opportunities
Good balance of theoretical and hands-on training to prepare students for the future. Strong co-curricular training and opportunities available for enhancing students’ experience, abilities and skills in machine learning, data analytics, and practical applications of EEE technologies. Many MNC corporate labs and other joint labs hosted by the school provide students opportunities for cutting edge projects and internships. Strong industry partnership with key industry players such as Rolls-Royce, ST Engineering, SMRT, Delta, Continental, Thales, Schaeffler and Singapore Power, which create ample opportunities for industry activities and engagement. Diversified and vibrant research environment that creates highly interdisciplinary research impacts with 5 faculty recognized as highly cited researchers in 2020.Get to know more
PhD, and Masters (by research)
EEE Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Programme
The School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering offers the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) programme by research on a full time or part time basis.
Masters (by coursework)
Master of Science in Communications Engineering
The MSc (Communications Engineering) is designed for aspiring engineers and information technologists who wish to improve their knowledge and skills in ...
Master of Science in Computer Control & Automation
The MSc (Computer Control & Automation) programme provides practising engineers with advanced practical tools in the development, integration, and operation ...
Master of Science in Electronics
The MSc (Electronics) programme is offered on a part-time and full-time basis for engineers in the electronics industry who would like to have graduate ...
Master of Science in Power Engineering
The MSc (Power Engineering) programme is designed for Electrical Engineering graduates who are practicing engineers, R&D managers, power system designers ...
Master of Science in Signal Processing
The MSc (Signal Processing) programme is designed for practicing engineers, hardware and software designers, R & D managers, and industry planners who ...
Joint NTU-TUM Master of Science in Green Electronics
The joint Master of Science degree program in Green Electronics is a new highly specialized programme offered on a full-time basis for training semiconductor ...
Our faculty members are engaged in a broad range of collaborations with renowned overseas universities, research institutes and multinational companies to ensure we stay ahead of tomorrow’s demands. Our partners include Rolls Royce, Thales, Delta Electronics, Schaeffler Group, SMRT, ST Engineering, Continental, and Singapore Power.
NTU EEE operates five corporate laboratories for joint research that are pushing the frontiers of innovation. We are supported by about 400 researchers from around the world who drive the School’s research output. An example of these collaborative successes is our continuing ability to drive space innovations through our satellite programme. Since 2011, we have launched nine locally designed and built satellites, including the AOBA VELOX-III, the first Singapore satellite launched from the International Space Station.
The School has gained a good international reputation, attained high international rankings, and established a strong link with the industry by connecting students with companies through professional internships and industry-sponsored final-year projects. The various corporate (Corp) labs in the School have generated a portfolio of highly valuable intellectual properties, which have brought about significant economic and other benefits.