Electronic EngineeringSchool of Electronic Engineering - Bangor University
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- Bachelor's degree
- Bangor (Wales)
Frequent Asked Questions
Entry requirements * 240-260 points (300-320 for MEng) including grade C in Maths and Physics (or equivalent) at A2 * BTEC National Diploma in Electrical/Electronic Engineering, 240-260 points (300-320 for MEng)
These two Electronic Engineering degree courses will prepare you for work as a professional engineer at the forefront of high-technology industry in both technical and managerial roles. During the Electronic Engineering degree you will gain extensive practical experience to ensure that you develop sound practical skills as well as a thorough theoretical knowledge. The MEng Electronic Engineering degree involves an extra year and provides a more in-depth study of the subject.
How will I learn?
You will spend about 12 hours in lectures and 8 in laboratories each week. You will also have 4 tutorials in each module and have to write up experiments, work on software design and complete numerical problem-solving exercises.
You will have an examination for each module at the end of the semester. Some modules have coursework assessment as well. Your laboratory work books, technical reports on some of the experiments and the individual project also contribute to your marks.
Graduates in Electronic Engineering have enviable career prospects. As would be expected, many take up electronic engineering posts in small or large businesses, or government or private research and development facilities. However, the problem-solving and numerate nature of our engineering degree courses means that graduates are highly valued in many other professions, ranging from general management roles to working as numerical analysts. Postgraduate study is another exciting option for some.
Length: 3 years (BEng); 4 years (MEng)