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Review of electric power engineering education worldwide

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The Power Engineering Education Committee sponsored panel session gives an outline of the status of electric power system education in different countries of the world. Graduate and undergraduate electrical power engineering programs typical to a particular country are described. The descriptions include the concepts of graduate and undergraduate education, typical courses and laboratory schedules, tutorials, credits or number of courses required, and types and numbers of examinations. Use of advanced presentation methods, (multimedia, videos, etc.) and application of computers in power engineering education are discussed. Trends in enrollment and markets for power engineers in the next 10 years are discussed

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Power Engineering Society Summer Meeting, 1999. IEEE  (Volume:2 )

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