Beng Electronic and Communications Engineering

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  • Objectives
    For students who are particularly interested in communications, this degree covers communication devices, electronics, protocols and systems. Project work is directed towards specialism in these areas. The School is strong in the field of optical and microwave communications, and many opportunities for industrial project collaboration exist.
  • Entry requirements
    Required subjects: All courses require mathematics at A2 level (or equivalent). The second A2 level should be in a science or engineering based subject. A third A2 level subject is also required (excluding General Studies). IB score: 30-32 (5 Mathematics + Science at higher level)
  • Academic title
    Beng Electronic and Communications Engineering
  • Course description
    Beng Electronic and Communications Engineering


    Year one

    You will gain an understanding of the principles and practices on which electronic and communications engineering is founded, achieved through the study of analogue and digital electronics, the application of electrical energy and practical work including programming and projects. Your appreciation of the aspects of science and mathematics, which underpin the subject, will also be enhanced.

    Year two

    You will continue to develop your understanding of electronic and communications engineering. This will prepare you to study, in the final years of your course, emerging and advanced technologies usually taught by internationally recognised researchers. Group projects, presentations and seminars enable you to gain the skills and understanding essential for the workplace.

    Year three

    In the final year, you will be able to choose from a range of specialist topics. You will also undertake an individual research project, which forms a major component of your final year.

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