Electronic Engineering Department, The Chinese University of Hong Kong - Career Prospect

A degree in Electronic Engineering provides a solid foundation to launch your career locally or globally with excellent prospects in a wide range of technological sectors, which include: telecommunications, broadcasting, automotive electronics, railway, electric power, semiconductor, medical equipment, government agencies (EMSD and ICAC are examples), information technology, industrial manufacturing, and product design. Some of our graduates choose to pursue postgraduate studies in local or overseas institutions.

Employment Statistics for 2016 EE Graduates

The survey was conducted with 53 full-time first degree graduates in 2016 responded. Among them, 13% of graduates further their studies and the others entered different employment sectors.

Employment2016

EE graduates are competitive and well-received by local and overseas employers. The mean monthly salary of 2016 EE graduates was reported to be $18,979.