Specialisations in Electrical Engineering
An internship in the Power field will expose you to a range of disciplinary techniques depending on your interests in generation, transmission or distribution. Working with power generators, candidates will receive hands-on tasks in the design of grid components and supplementary devices needed for supply and power. A challenging yet vibrant discipline, the ever-increasing demand for power within economical bounds makes for an exciting and rewarding role in the 21st century.
Automation interns combine aspects of signal and image processing to produce feedback loops, enabling computational machines to run programs without manual interference. The challenge is designing effective and efficient algorithms and infrastructure that produce desirable or predisposed outcomes for companies. Feedback is a vital component of successful operations in factory or service industries, mobilised by advanced technological innovations. Intelligent machines allow interns to continually observe adaptive systems such as autonomous vehicles, stabilisation ships and aircrafts, heat treating ovens or predictive input systems.
Renewable energy-focused internships provide students with strong competencies in complementary disciplines involving the utilisation, production and maintenance of renewable energy resources. Undertaking a renewables-focused placement with Premium Graduates allows coverage in core electrical engineering skills. This may involve stakeholder engagement, landowner and council liaison, environmentally-friendly regulation planning and project development.
There is an increasing demand for electrical engineering interns with photonics expertise. Being a field of innovation and success, the international market of employers in photonic companies reinforces the significance of large-scale technologies in the modern world. Our photonics-based internships at Premium Graduates focuses on equipping candidates with skills in critical and analytical thinking, and resilience in development of self-learning.
Systems and Control
Systems and control engineering expertise can be attained through our range of automation, aerospace, manufacturing and power industry internships. Internship experience in this field can provide exposure to advanced mathematical and computational techniques for forecasting, designing, and prototyping systems of control models. This ability is adaptable to the general field of electrical engineering as you analyse the behaviour of dynamical systems.
The increasing shift towards renewable energy as a resource has brought rise in need for energy system specialists. Energy systems engineers oversee complex energy conversion and distribution systems, managing, manufacturing, processing and analysing its effects on a global and economic scale. Working with theories of fluid dynamics and thermo dynamics, an internship in this field will expose prospective engineers to a variety of power operating systems.