Programme Overview

Master of Science
Singapore Institute of Technology
2 years
Total credits
Application period
11 May to 11 June 2020
Next intake
Campus location

The Master of Science in Electrical and Electronic Engineering is a 60-ECTS-credit postgraduate programme, designed to equip graduates and working professionals for a career in the electricity sector.

The programme offers deep knowledge of modern electrical engineering technologies, coupled with a strong focus in industrial design in power and energy applications. Graduates and working professionals will acquire theoretically-grounded as well as practice-oriented skills that are relevant to the industry. The ECTS, known as the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System, is a credit system designed to make it easier for students to move between different countries

This programme is provisionally accredited under the Washington Accord by the Engineering Accreditation Board. The accreditation status applies to graduates who have completed both the MEngTech Electrical and Electronic Engineering and the BEng Electrical Power Engineering

Programme Educational Objectives

The programme produces graduates who are:

  • Technically competent in solving complex problems in electrical and electronic engineering.
  • Able to produce engineering solutions with due consideration to local and global issues in business, ethics, society, community and environment.
  • Able to communicate and function effectively as an individual and as a team leader at the workplace.
  • Committed to life-long learning to make a positive impact on society.

Programme Highlights

The programme specialises in the domain of Electrical and Electronic Engineering with emphasis on:

  • Analysis of power systems operation and dynamics using transient modelling and simulations;
  • Modern digital control and automation of power transmission and distribution system for high stability and reliability;
  • Ethical and professional practices in power engineering to meet high standards and expectations;
  • Multi-disciplinary understanding of energy markets and economics;
  • Operation and management in the competitive power generation business;
  • Condition monitoring, health prognosis and asset maintenance and replacement in power grids;
  • Analysis and design of electrical machines for power generation and electrical traction applications;
  • Cybersecurity and cyber-resilient smart power grids;
  • Advanced technologies for intelligence in the power grids;
  • Assessment and enhancement of power quality and reliability;
  • Analysis, protection and prevention of fault conditions in high-density power systems;
  • Integration, interconnection and interoperability of distributed energy resources in modern power grids;
  • Advanced electrification in built environment and inland, sea and air transportation;
  • Wide-band gap and 3D power electronics for robust utility applications.

How to Apply

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1. Apply Online

Sep Intake: 11 May to 11 Jun 2020

Online applications for degree programmes.

Pay Fees
2. Payment

1 week after closing of admissions

Payment of application fee and online submission of relevant supporting documents.

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3. Shortlisting

Sep Intake: 15 to 26 Jun 2020

Shortlisted candidates will be assessed through interviews.

4. Application Outcome

Sep Intake: 06 to 10 July 2020

Successful candidates will receive an offer via email. 

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5. Acceptance 

Sep Intake: 13 to 17 July 2020

It’s time to accept our offer. You’ll receive a pre-matriculation package.

Curriculum Structure

All classes are conducted on weekday evenings. You are required to complete eight coursework modules and a dissertation project to graduate.



Trimester I

Trimester II

Trimester III

Normal Candidature


2 modules

2 modules


Dissertation Project


2 modules

2 modules


Modules for this programme can also be taken individually. Find out more about the Modular Certification Courses offered by SITLEARN.

Facilities and Support

The programme is conducted at SIT@NYP Building with state-of-the-art power engineering design and project facilities including:

  • Real-time data acquisition and condition monitoring system for 400kW Pulau Ubin ‘live’ microgrid;
  • Electrical installation power quality monitoring system for the entire SIT@NYP Building;
  • Hardware-in-loop real-time digital simulator;
  • Multi-energy microgrid lab (at industrial partner);
  • Electrical power system analysis software,


Applicants must possess the following:

  • a relevant bachelor’s degree from a recognised university; and
  • at least one year of relevant post bachelor’s work experience (including internship experience)

Relevant degrees include:

  1. BEng Electrical Power Engineering degree awarded by Newcastle University (AY2013 to AY2016 intakes); or
  2. BEng Electrical Power Engineering degree jointly awarded by SIT and Newcastle University (AY2017 intakes onwards).

Fees and Finances

Per Credit
Total credit
Tuition fees: $8,730.00 for SG Citizens / $34,476.00 Non-subsidised fees.
Per Credit
Total credit
Tuition fees: $18,120.00 for Permanent Resident / $34,476.00 Non-subsidised fees.
Per Credit
Total credit
Tuition fees: $34,476.00 for International Student / $34,476.00 Non-subsidised fees.
  • Fees shown for Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents are exclusive of GST and subsidised by the Ministry of Education.
  • Fees shown for International Students and Non-Subsidised fees are inclusive of 7% GST.
  • Postgraduate tuition fees are not fixed throughout the student’s entire candidature and are subject to yearly revision. Please refer to Tuition Fees for earlier years' fees.

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