DIPLOMA IN ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING (S99, DEEE)
FUTURE CAREER AND STUDIES
I can begin my career
Due to the various specialisations in the course, DEEE graduates can propel their engineering career in an array of industries ranging from microelectronics, aerospace, biomedical to energy management and many more. DEEE graduates have also become captains
of industry or successful entrepreneurs. Some career options that are available to DEEE graduates include:
- Assistant Electrical Engineer
- Assistant Electronics Engineer
- Aircraft Maintenance Engineer
- Assistant Project Engineer
- Assistant Test Engineer
- Assistant Process Engineer
- Assistant Quality Engineer
- Biomedical Equipment Service Engineer
- Assistant Field Service Engineer
- IT Support Engineer
- Assistant Maintenance Engineer
- Material Planner
- Technical Officer (Control & Instrumentation)
- Technical Officer (Power Distribution System)
If you specialise in Power Engineering, you are also eligible to apply for an Electrical Technician Licence issued by the Energy Market Authority upon graduation which will boost your employment options in the electrical & electronic industry.
Most of our engineering fresh graduates will begin their career as an Assistant Engineer, progress to Engineer and then advance to Senior Engineer after they have gained technical experience in the field. Opportunity for growth and advancement to management
position is possible after they have worked as a Senior Engineer for few years by becoming a Manager, taking up greater responsibility and challenges to hone their people management skills.
Click HERE to see the job openings available to EEE graduates.
I can further my studies
All SP EEE diploma courses (DASE, DCPE, DEEE, DEB) enjoy Advanced Placement Credits (Microsoft Word - APCs-for-Accredited-Dip_CDE-ENG-CEG_AY23-24.docx (nus.edu.sg))
to the NUS Computer Engineering programme.
Graduates from all SP EEE diploma courses (DASE, DCPE, DEEE, DEB) are eligible to apply to NUS Computer Science Degree Programme as long as they meet the required mathematics pre-requisites. DASE, DCPE and DEB graduates can get additional
module exemptions. NUS Computing - Exemptions for Polytechnic graduates
As a DEEE graduate, you may be offered direct entry/advanced standing at local and overseas universities respectively. See below for some: