Internship Opportunities



In collaboration with industry, the Department aims to provide students with real work experience during their university years and thus better preparing them for work upon graduation through different internship schemes. Schemes available to EE students include:

Professional Internship (EE4082/EE4083/EE4084 )

1. Application Timelines
    (The application timelines for 2022-23 round(s) will be announced by Dec 2022)

Activity Timeline
Second round application  
Information Day held on April 2022 (Second Round)
11 April 2022 (Monday)
Time: 4:00pm – 4:30pm
Job Specifications of Second round application:  
Link for application: (Student is required to apply at least one career preparation workshop before application.)

Link for Series of Career Preparation Workshops:

Link for registration for attendance of career preparation workshops:
Application deadline extended to 6 May 2022
Internal interview 11-16 May 2022
Company interview; offer confirmation Before 6 June 2022
Main round application  
Email announcement Week 1, Sem B
Information Day held on 24 January 2022 (Main Round)
24 January 2022
Time: 4:00pm – 4:50pm
Job Specifications:
Link for application:
Main round application
28 January - 11 February 2022
Internal interview Feb 2022
Company interview March 2022
Offer confirmation and signing acceptance of offer Apr-May 2022
Internship Period / commencement 4-months (subject to approval) starting in June 2022
8-12 months | starting in June 2022
  Remark: The above timelines are subject to change whenever necessary. Please always look up any updates from this web page.
2. Supervision of Project Work:
  2.1 Company mentor and CityU Supervisor are assigned to each student
  2.2 Student needs to complete the log-book
  2.3 Student needs to report to CityU supervisor at least once a month.
  2.4 Student needs to complete the monthly report of the attached Log book for his/her mentor and CityU supervisor to assess their performance and progress every month. You may send it to your CityU supervisor by email.


3. Assessment guidelines:
At the end of training, students should submit two reports (as stipulated on Point 4 of EE4082/EE4083/EE4084 syllabus), and deliver a presentation to his/her mentor and supervisor
  3.1 Submission of signed logbook*
  3.2 Submission of a placement report for actual technical project work in the training Company 
  3.3 Submission of a report of role of engineer in professional society **
  3.4 Final Presentation highlighting your learning during your training period (supplement information to items 3.1, 3.2 and 3.3)

The assessment is purely on a pass/fail basis.
* To pass the course, the comments by the company mentor on the logbook must be at satisfactory level or above.
** Students who has passed “Engineers in Society” do not need to submit “item 3.3”.

4. Assessment Components:

  • Placement report for actual technical project work (40%)
  • Training logbook (20%)
  • Report on the role of engineers in professional society (40%)

5. Documents for Download

Enquiry: Ms Christy Leung (