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It is very common to hear talk of an “Industrial Revolution”. In the past decades, the whole world has experienced a surge of rapid technological growth, from the invention of telephones to the use of electricity domestically, there is no doubt that technology affects every aspect of our daily lives.


Since the formation of the People’s Republic of China in 1949, the technological and structural advancement in this vast nation has experienced rapid development. When speaking of technology, China takes pride in having some of the world’s most impeccable displays of infrastructure. Anyone visiting China for the first time will be awed by the endless fascinating designs and inventions it has on offer.


Much of China’s growth owes to the extraordinary field of engineering. Through engineering, impressive advanced machinery has been developed which in turn provides opportunity for immaculate structures to be erected. Undeniably, China is among one of the leading countries in technological progression. It is also among the largest industrial producers in the world.


Electrical Engineers often design, test and oversee the production of electrical equipment. Undoubtedly, Electrical Engineering is an extremely important field which aids in the growth and advancement of society.  Electrical Engineering can be approached from a range of angles such as Telecommunications Engineering, Computer Engineering and Instrumentation Engineering. Electrical Engineers are trained to work with a variety of tools.


Due to its rapidly growing economy, China has many institutions developed in order to facilitate and contribute to this growth. There is a ceaseless need for Electrical Engineers in China, as a result, many top notch universities and colleges have developed courses in order to train and produce such individuals. Numerous Chinese institutions boast of developments that greatly surpass the achievements of other universities worldwide.  Despite the highly advanced facilities that these schools have to offer, the cost of tuition is remarkably affordable, giving Chinese universities and colleges an all-round appeal above others.

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