After graduation

As an electric engineer, you will be able to choose from a variety of career fields:

  • electric mobility, transportation and their electrification in general;
  • conversion and production of electrical energy, with particular reference to renewable sources;
  • transportation and distribution of electrical energy;
  • design and validation of electric motors and electric drive systems for industrial application;
  • use of electrical energy in all its forms and fields: from industrial plants to homes and the service sector;
  • electrical safety;
  • teaching in high schools.

You will also be able to work as a free-lance Electric engineer, provided that you pass the State Examination for Professional Practice (Esame di Stato) and you register in the professional register of engineers (section A). You will be able to work in companies, private bodies, public administrations or on your own.

In all possible career paths, almost all electrical engineers find a job just one year after graduation and the salary levels of electrical engineers are the highest.

Electrical engineer are strongly sought after by employers as reported also by statistics

The high vocation for technology transfer of the programme and the great demand for electrical engineers from employers means that many students are offered a job even before earning their degree.