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A doctoral course in electrical engineering allows you to develop your research skills. You can choose from a list of topics like electrical power, control systems, microelectronics, and signal processing. You need to produce a thesis in your chosen field and need to have a good academic record and research experience. On successful completion you can choose an academic career or seek a job in industry sector.

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