by: Chu Tsz Keung, Lai Ming Him, Leung Wing Pong & Wan Man Wai
by: Li King Lok, Sze Ka Wai, Wu Wai Yu & Yeung Cho Kin
by: Ho Chi Yung, Lo Ho Ching, Tam Chung Him & Tang Kit Pan
by: Chan Wing Hei, Lau Yin Heng Henry, Leung Cheuk Hei & Ng Man Chui
by: Mr. Gupta Sidhant
by: Mr. Ng Man Chui
by: Chan Hon Sum Hanson, Chung Po Long, Kaneko Shoyu & Wu Yin Yu
by: Mr. Chong Aaron
The Computer Engineering programme prepares students for the multidisciplinary field of computer engineering, covering areas in software design, electronic system design, as well as hardware-software integration.
The Electronic Engineering programme provides a fundamental engineering training applicable to a wide range of areas and applications, such as 5G communications, electronics, artificial intelligence, data engineering, internet of things, smart cities, etc.
The Electrical Engineering programme equips students with fundamental knowledge in electrical engineering. Students may specialize in electric power systems, electric railways, electric vehicles, power electronics and building services.
EEE students can join either the University-level or Faculty-level exchange programme to study in prestigious institutions in
the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, France, Norway, Japan, Singapore, and so on for one semester or one academic year.
Kyoto University, McGill University, Monash University, Nanyang Technological University, Peking University, Queen's University, Rutgers University, Sabanci University, The University of Auckland, The University of Melbourne, University of California, University of Edinburgh, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, University of Sydney, University of Waterloo, Uppsala University, Yosei University