Apr 5, 2017
Durban, KwaZulu Natal 4001
Are you an Electrical Engineering student?
Aerospace, automotive, energy, IT and telecommunications are just
some of the many sectors you can work in with a degree in electrical and
Skills for your CV
In the course of your degree, you develop subject-specific skills in
areas such as designing and testing circuit building blocks, computer
programming and computer-aided design. You also develop other core
skills that are valued in many career areas including:
the ability to use specialist knowledge creatively and innovatively to solve problems;
pragmatism and practicality to turn a concept into reality;
effective communication (spoken and written);
project and time management;
a professional approach and ability to work to an ethical code of conduct.
Electrical and electronic engineers are also in demand in other sectors, such as finance and management.
Join us for 30 Days of FREE! Electrical CAD Training
O 2D Drafting (Schematic)
O Productivity Tools
O Project Planning & Management
O Soft Skills
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