PhD in Electrical Engineering Nazarbayev University
The Ph.D. program in Electrical Engineering (further in the text: Ph.D. program), fully taught in English, is designed to provide advanced skills and a sophisticated knowledge base at the expert level for individuals planning a career in academia, industry, and research settings in any of the subfields of the Electrical engineering discipline.
Scholarships and Funding
Merit-based scholarships are available.
The 1st year of the program consists of compulsory core and elective courses. The focus of the 2nd, 3rd, 4th years is Thesis Research work.
- Thesis Research
- Research Methods & Ethics*
- Current Research Literature
- 6 Elective Courses
Electrical engineers work primarily in research and development industries, engineering services firms, manufacturing and the federal government. Manufacturing industries that employ electrical engineers include automotive, marine, railroad, aerospace, defense, consumer electronics, commercial construction, lighting, computers and components, telecommunications, and traffic control.
- Electronic Engineer
- Signal Processing Engineer
- Power Engineer
- Telecommunications Engineer
- Computer Engineer
- Control Engineer
- Instrumentation Engineer
Teaching assistant or research assistant positions on campus