Help your Child become a Great Electronic or Computer Engineer

 

Eng(Computer Engineering)

These include working for a company (large or small) anywhere in the world – as an employee, entrepreneur or self-employed. Research and development opportunities are available at communication, computer systems, networking, peace­keeping operations, medical, transportation, software and electronics companies in South Africa and all over the world. This provides the opportunity to innovate: think of a problem to be solved, and come up with a solution, even possibly patenting the idea. The academic programme at the University of Pretoria prepares students to be leaders in the field of computer engineering – with excellent financial rewards and professional satisfaction.
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Eng(Electronic Engineering)

Electronic engineering graduates have a wide range of job opportunities. These include working for a company (large or small) anywhere in the world – as an employee, entrepreneur or self-employed. Research and development opportunities are available at electronics and microelectronics companies in South Africa and all over the world. This provides the opportunity to innovate: to think of a problem to be solved and to come up with a solution, possibly even patenting the idea. The academic programme at the University of Pretoria prepares students to be leaders in the field of electronic engineering – with excellent financial rewards and professional satisfaction.
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Contact us today:

Prof BTJ Maharaj(Sunil)(Acting HoD)
BEng(Electronic)(Natal), MSc Eng(Electronic)(Natal), MSc(Operational Telecommunications)(Merit)(Coventry), PhD (Electronic Eng.) (Pretoria)
Tel: +27 12 420 2164/4636
E-mail: [email protected]

Prof Saurabh Sinha
(Function Head: Marketing)
Tel: +27 (0)12 420 2950
E-mail: [email protected]


"My experience at the University of Pretoria has been a challenging, yet an ultimately rewarding experience. I had always been interested in technological innovations in the world of electronics and information technology and together with a keen interest in maths and science decided to study Computer Engineering. I would recommend studying Electronic or Computer Engineering at the University because of its very complete, up-to-date curriculum, equipping you with the skill set to solve complex problems across a multitude of engineering related facets. Together with the degree of professionalism of the staff, the skills shortage in South Africa and its accreditation with the Washington Accord, job security is guaranteed. Invest in yourself, invest in your future!"

- Brandon Hammond, final year Computer Engineering
"My name is Elwee Venter and I am a final year computer engineering student at the University of Pretoria. I came to study engineering at this university because I was encouraged to do so by a whole number of previous students and friends and because it was said that it was the best University in South Africa for this specific study programme. My experience at the University over the past few years has been nothing short of incredible- the atmosphere is inviting and the classes are
top notch. I would definitely recommend Tukkies for an alma mater if engineering is your future career of choice!"

- Elwee Venter, final year Computer Engineering

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