Course code: #BHENGINE4ELL
These are mandatory and all come with course.
The Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Electrical) will develop your ability to design and build the systems and machines that generate, transmit, measure, control and use electrical energy.
It will position you to tackle the world's biggest challenges in health, education and the environment.
You will learn how electrical energy is produced and used in homes, the community, and industry from industry-leading professionals.
Throughout your studies, you will develop a foundational knowledge of electrical circuits, electronics and computer systems, signals and communications, power systems, control, energy systems and management.
During this four-year degree, you will gain core skills in physics, mathematics, computer science and basic electrical engineering principles before specialising in various disciplines, such as biomedical engineering, energy engineering and automatic control.
You can take electives to add breadth and depth to your studies in your third and fourth years.
All Bachelor of Engineering Honours students undertakes enhanced foundation studies in data and computation and a sequence of real-world project units throughout their degree, enabling them to apply technical knowledge in practice.
As part of your degree, you will undertake the award-winning Professional Engagement Program enabling you to change your approach to learning through self-reflection and extra-curricular activities throughout your degree.
With a growing need for more efficient energy networks and an ever-increasing reliance on technology within society, there has never been a more exciting time to launch your career in electrical engineering.
The specialisations available in this degree are:
You may also broaden your studies by choosing a specialisation in:
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1. a scanned copy of passport identification page
2. English language results
3. academic transcripts
4. degree certificates (testamurs)
5. scholarship documentation
6. marriage/change of name certificate
Students will study for 36, 25, 15, 10 or 5 teaching weeks.
All courses involve 20 hours of classes per week.
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HSC Mathematics Extension 1 and Physics. If you attempt engineering without this prior level of knowledge of Mathematics, you may experience difficulty, so you are strongly advised to undertake an appropriate bridging course.
This course has an integrated Honours program, with all students undertaking a research thesis in the final year.
China – Gaokao: 70%
India – CBSE: 14.5
Indian School Certificate: 88
India - HSSC 6 states: 85
You study Academic English Skills and 4 academic subjects each semester.
Once enrolled with the University of Sydney Foundation Program, you will receive a conditional offer to a degree at the University of Sydney.
All students must study English A and English B during the Foundation Program.
If your degree at the University has a University of Sydney prerequisite for mathematics, you must study Mathematics during the Foundation Program.
Keeping in mind the subjects recommended to you; you are welcome to choose your elective subjects.
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