Undergraduate Admissions - Course Descriptions

Electronic Engineering Student

Electronic Engineering (BEng/MEng)



Explore a very wide range of techniques in modern electronics.

Electronic and Communication Engineering Student

Electronic and Communication
Engineering

(BEng / MEng)

Develop your knowledge of electronics, while gaining expertise in its application to communication technologies.

Electronic and Computer Engineering Student

Electronic and Computer
Engineering
(BEng / MEng)


Combine your passion for electronics with a drive to learn more about computer hardware / software.

Music Technology Systems Student

Music Technology Systems (BEng/MEng)



Focus on the internal design and function of contemporary music technology systems.

Electronic Engineering with Nanotechnology Student

Electronic Engineering with Nanotechnology
(BEng / MEng)


Gain the knowledge you need to operate with confidence in the rapidly expanding world of nanotechnology.

Electronic Engineering with Business Management Student

Electronic Engineering with Business Management
(BEng / MEng)

Gain the skills you need to progress to a management position alongside developing your knowledge of electronics.

Foundation Year Students

Electronic Engineering with Foundation Year
(BEng)

An entry route to all our Electronic Engineering courses for those who do not have relevant qualifications, particularly mature students.

Engineering
(MEng)

Develop your knowledge of electronic, electrical, mechanical and mechatronic principles. 

Micro-mechanical Engineering
(MEng)

Develop your understanding of the miniaturised technology behind many of the devices we use everyday.

Music Technology Systems with a Foundation Year 
(BEng)

Designed for students who would like to study our Music Technology Systems degree programmes but who don't meet the entry requirements.

Medical Engineering
(MEng)

Study the technology changing the way we think about clinical systems, diagnosis and care. 

Robotic Engineering
(MEng)

Design and develop the next generation of robotics