Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Subject code

Computer Engineering

We provide the opportunity to study up to two semesters in Europe through the Erasmus program, as well as pursue a double major or major/minor program. Students gain hands-on experience through laboratory-based education and participation in research projects. Compulsory internships in the summers following the fourth and sixth semesters enable students to gain experience in the application areas of their interests. At Medipol, Computer Engineering students are also given the chance to work on research projects starting from the third year.

Electrical Engineering and Automation

The specialty of Electrical Engineering and Automation was founded in Harbin Institute of Military Engineering in 1953, and the entire establishment merged with NPU in 1970. In 2003, the Department of Electrical Engineering was established based on this specialty, which was the first level discipline authorized to grant doctorate degree. Currently, the department subordinates three second-class disciplines, including Power Electronics and Power Drives, Electric Machines and Electric Apparatus and Power System and Its Automation.  


The knowledge from the electrical, mechanical and control systems makes possible to take into the account the complex structure of the mechatronic system and consider the interactions of different dynamic subsystems during the design phase of the new mechatronic system and using the suitable designed control system to achieve the desired dynamic properties of the final mechatronic system. The graduates are ready for the team work, to discuss technical problems with other specialized groups. 


Electrical Engineering

This Master's programme provides a holistic view of the modern electric and power systems and their technological development. After completing the Master's programme, you will have acquired comprehensive knowledge of electrical engineering. 



Energy Technology

Energy technology is suitable for those interested in technology who want to utilise mathematics and natural sciences as tools. This programme focuses on the most efficient, environmentally friendly production and distribution of a basic element in our daily well-being: energy and its related technologies.