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There are different fields of engineering, and choosing the right one all depends on your interests and passion. Electrical engineering plays a big part on every innovation and has a lot more to offer. Here are some of the reasons why you should consider being an electrical engineer. Whether you’re a fresh graduate or an experienced practitioner, it’s always easy to find a job in the electrical engineering market. With the rapid expansion of technologies, it’s no surprise that the demand for electrical engineers has also raised. Being an electrical engineer opens a lot of opportunities for you, locally and internationally. Many companies outside the country are in need of electrical engineers, and most of them are open in hiring professionals from other countries, some companies even require you to travel around, so you’ll be seeing the world while getting paid well. If you’re passionate about working overseas, then this is the way to go. Electrical engineers are blessings to the society. They improve the way we communicate and continue to enhance our electrical systems. As an electrical expert, you’ll be able to know how stuff works. When you have a deep understanding of how electricity works in your home, such as appliances, gadgets, etc., you’ll be able to apply your knowledge (even the basic ones) into designing, developing and giving solutions to problems, from small devices to large computers. Technology is rapidly growing and with that, the role of electrical engineers becomes more important. They are the forefront of developing new technologies in different industries such as robotics, transportation, construction and healthcare. Electrical engineering is the blood of innovation. It’s one of the reasons why we’re able to use technology in our everyday life. And studying it in one of the best university can make your journey to being an electrical engineer a fun and competitive one.

Although it is in the title, being an electrical engineer doesn’t mean you will work your whole life plugging and unplugging electronics. Electrical Engineering has the immense advantage of covering tens of specializations, making the field very flexible and offering you a great chance of simply throwing a dart at a list and trying on areas like a nervous person before a date: many, in a short period of time.

A sample of specializations you could find interesting is:

  • Radio-Frequency Engineering
  • Signal Processing
  • Microelectronics
  • Control Systems
  • Power Engineering
  • Telecommunications

Electrical & Electronic Engineering is firmly in the top half, with a salary in a professional job rising above £24,000. This means that graduates benefit from a degree of this kind, and whatever time and money you put in now will pay dividends come life post-graduation. With Electrical Engineering, you are helping society and getting paid a decent wage for doing so. What with the rapid expansion of the technology sector over the last few decades, the demand for those who can create, understand and alter electrical control systems has risen accordingly. Computing for one is constantly evolving and therefore innovative new thinkers are required to configure new ideas and pave the way in electronics.

According to the Engineering Report 2015, Engineering, including Electrical & Electronic Engineering, is one of the most in-demand professions in the UK, with vacancies set to rise into the millions come the turn of the decade. A degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering therefore develops your skills, and makes you highly sought after in a world where graduate job markets are unpredictable and tough. Electrical engineering is at the forefront of developing new technologies for a number of industries including transport, healthcare, construction, and robotics. What an exciting time to be alive and what an exciting time to be an electrical engineer.

Advanced Education in Electrical Engineering


  • International Islamic University Islamabad
  • University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore,(Taxila)
  • Bahria University Islamabad
  • NUST Islamabad
  • AIR University Islamabad
  • COMSAT Islamabad
  • NEDUET Karachi
  • University of Lahore
  • Qauid e Azam University Islamabad
  • CUST Islamabad

Career after Electrical Engineering


  • Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA)
  • Kahuta Research Laboratories (KRL)
  • Pakistan Atomic Energy commission
  • Pakistan Television Islamabad
  • DESCON Engineering Company Lahore
  • Pakistan Engineering Co Lahore
  • Siemens
  • Pakistan Electron Limited
  • Philips Electrical Industries Limited Karachi

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