practical knowledge which are required for qualified electrical engineers. Electrical Engineering courses are developed in laboratories with state-of-the-art technology equipment, such as Laboratory of Power Distribution Systems and Electronic Equipment, Laboratory of Communication and Signal Processing, Laboratory of Electrical and Electronic Measurement and Automation Laboratory and FPGA under continuous monitoring of academic staff. Electrical engineers can work with networks of microchips, computers, signal processing, microwaves, telecommunications, biomedical networks or even robotics.
They can also work in the fields of transport, lighting, heating, ventilation, power generation and distribution systems, production and construction. Electrical engineers gain skills and are responsible for drafting project plans, evaluating project timelines and costs, managing technical work, and so on.