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Completion of Secondary 3 or equivalent.
This programme aims at helping students to develop, through a balanced curriculum with generic and vocational knowledge and skills, and structured whole person development and competencies in a specific trade so as to enhance their opportunities for employment and / or further studies. The Electronic and Computer Engineering Programme covers fundamental knowledge and practical skills required in electronics, computer and digital systems as well as the telecommunications and surveillance industry. Graduates may choose to seek employment or further their studies.
Graduates may be employed as Junior Technicians, Apprentices, Customer Service, Technical Sales Support, Engineering or Merchandising Assistants. They may work in the areas of computer systems and equipment, firmware products and embedded systems, robotics and automated systems, beauty and healthcare electronics, office and home automation, internet service providers, mobile communications systems, green-lighting systems, intelligent domestic surveillance systems, digital broadcasting systems, audio video and lighting control.
Upon completion of the first-year full-time study, students can join the E&M industry as apprentices* and further complete the Diploma of Vocational Education Programmes with both CVE and DVE awards in part-time mode.
Holders of Diploma of Vocational Education (students admitted to DVE in AY2017/18 or before are required to complete prescribed further studies modules) are considered having met the general entrance requirements of Higher Diploma programmes (not applicable to programmes with specific entrance requirements). Please refer to the details of Higher Diploma programmes in this homepage.
* Applicable to Telecommunications and Surveillance Technology Stream only