Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Electrical and electronic engineers perform a critical role in today’s modern world and contribute greatly to technological innovation.

  • Our range of courses are designed to help you develop the professional skills you need to get a job in this field.
  • Our Activity-Led Learning (ALL) approach gives you an opportunity to work on real-life problems and projects, many commissioned by our industry partners.
  • You can access the latest technologies in our micro-electronics labs, power lab and dedicated project facilities*, along with engineering software such as MultiSim, Proteus, Matlab and TI DSP development tools.
  • We have collaborative links with universities in 20+ different countries and aim to provide you with opportunities for student exchanges and field trips abroad*.
  • Following your second year, you will have the option to apply for a one-year professional work placement or study abroad in a partner institution*.

Our Electrical and Electronic Engineering facilities

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Electronics Laboratories

Our labs are equipped with a range of test and measurement equipment for you to use. These include development boards for embedded electronics, communications and motor solutions, and a variety of interface applications such as GSM and Ethernet.

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Electrical Power Laboratory

This provides you with hands-on learning tools and test benches. You can benefit from training in the maintaining and running of electrical machines and learning of the properties of electrical generation use.

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Cisco Laboratory

The Cisco Laboratory is used for working with general networking as well as working towards accreditation by Cisco. You can take optional modules to work in the lab to develop your skills in preparation for the Cisco certification exam.

More than a course

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University of the year shortlisted
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