Why become a Microelectronics Engineer?
Be an engineer that helps generate the heartbeat of any electronic equipment
The tiniest electronic components can present some of the biggest challenges for an Engineer. Microelectronics engineers revel in those challenges. Microelectronics Engineers are involved in the development of a product at any stage of its life cycle, including commencing from market research to delivery, commissioning, maintaining, research, design, development, production, testing, quality control, etc. They are always busy as every advanced product nowadays, whether it is for communication, data storage and processing, household electronics appliances, electronic games, biomedical devices etc., contains one or more sub-components and microsystem that are fabricated using microelectronic technology.
Job opportunities for graduates in microelectronics specialisation range from R&D, manufacturing, to IC design and semiconductor related industries in supply-chain management, logistics and distribution, and HQ activities.
The field of microelectronic engineering provides challenging career prospects which may include
- Assistant R&D Engineer
- Assistant Electronics Engineer
- Assistant Equipment Engineer
If you are interested to know what you’ll study in the microelectronics engineering specialisation, click here