University & Program

National Sun Yat-sen University

Department of Electrical Engineering (Master Degree)


Program Level
Master
Language of instruction
75% taught in English
Admission
Fall / Spring

Our department of Electrical Engineering features eight research topics, including semiconductor electronics, control systems, computer engineering, power engineering, EM waves, communication systems, SoC and biomedical engineering, and has been engaged in a great breadth of research themes. With 41 professors and 14 adjunct professors, our department has ranked TOP5 of the best EE department in Taiwan. Beyond the campus, our department has collaborated with companies from the Kaohsiung Software Park, Luchu Industrial Park, Tainan Science Park and many more. Through mutual collaborative programs and technology transfer, we have implemented our academic research results into practical industrial products, and provided leading technology to solve tough issues faced by enterprises. We believe this collaboration can not only strengthen these companies’ competitiveness and create more jobs, but also have a prosperous impact on our communities.

In the graduate programs, we incubate graduate students through the intensive research and industrial projects to develop them into competent engineers with a critical thinking based on their solid academic background. They will have the capability of analyzing technical problems, specifying and approaching them precisely and concisely. Most important of all, they will obtain the self-learning ability to pursue higher performance and benefit our communities. We strongly believe that these students are the future driving force of this industry as well as our country. Involvement in international academic communities is another focus in the graduate programs. We encourage graduate students to publish their research results and participate in international conferences and contests.

Websitehttps://web.ee.nsysu.edu.tw/p/412-1203-11587.php?Lang=zh-tw

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