The College of Electronics and Information Engineering (CEIE) is a teaching and research institute established in 2018 by merging of the College of Information Engineering and the College of Electronic Science and Technology. It is one of the first colleges to offer master’s and doctoral programs, and to construct national feature and first-class majors. CEIE’s discipline of Information and Communication Engineering is a key discipline of Guangdong Province ranking 2nd in Guangdong in the fourth round of national discipline assessment and 28th according to ShanghaiRanking’s Academic Ranking of World Universities 2020.
CEIE now offers four undergraduate programs in Information and Communication Engineering, Communication Engineering, Electronic Science and Technology, and Microelectronic Science and Engineering, two first-tier discipline academic master’s degree programs in Information and Communication Engineering and Electronic Science and Technology, two professional master’s degree programs in Information and Communication Engineering and Integrated Circuit Engineering, and one doctoral program and one post-doctoral mobile station in Information and Communication Engineering.
CEIE has extensive international collaborations with overseas universities, offering joint PhD programs with Cornell University and University of Technology Sydney, and joint undergraduate and graduate programs with University of Missouri, Heriot-Watt University, Umea University, and the National University of Singapore.
CEIE boasts an accomplished faculty of 182 members, including one academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, 26 doctoral supervisors, 67 full professors and associate professors and 123 teachers with doctoral degrees. Currently, CEIE has a total enrollment of about 3,000 students.