After graduation

You may continue your studies with a Master’s degree programme or, alternatively, immediately start working: the three-year degree is also highly regarded by employers.

Graduates who wish to work as freelance professionals may do so, subject to passing the state examination for professional practice and enrolling in the Register of engineers, in the industrial class (section B).

Electrical engineer have a variety of carrer opportunities in several fields: 

  • electric mobility, transport, and their electrification in general;
  • conversion and production of electrical energy, with particular reference to renewable resources
  • transport and distribution of electrical energy;
  • design and validation of motor systems and electric drives for industry;
  • use of electrical energy in all its forms and in its multiple fields: from industrial systems, to domestic and service sector ones;
  • electrical safety.

You should know that almost all electrical engineers find a job in their sector - irrespective of the path - just one year from the degree and the salary rates of electrical engineers are among the highest