The School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering partners with students of diverse backgrounds in their pursuit of a rewarding career in the engineering of electrical, mechanical, computer and communication systems. These systems are essential to the functioning of sustainable modern societies. They form the basis of electrical power generation and distribution systems, agricultural and mining machinery, transport systems, manufacturing and processing systems, bio-medical equipment, computer networks and telecommunication systems.
Within its accredited engineering programs ranging from associate degree level to professional level, the School offers opportunities for students to major in: Computer Systems Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Instrumentation and Control Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronic Engineering, Process Engineering and Power Engineering. Students can study on-campus or external.
Teaching staff use a range of technologies and well-proven strategies to motivate, support and engage with students. The School’s close association with industry and the industry relevance of its courses ensure high employability its graduates.