What will I learn?

Do you want to develop the next generation of mobile phones, self-driving cars or smart medical devices? With the rapid pace of change in technology, there’s huge demand for graduates who can create, understand and alter electrical control systems. This programme covers digital and analogue circuit design, programming, microprocessors and communications systems. You’ll learn to design ever more complex digital and analogue electronic systems, using advanced software tools. You’ll also gain a solid foundation in programming. In the second year, you’ll work with a group of other students on a challenging project to demonstrate your technical system integration skills, while practising teamwork and project management. In the final year, direct your studies towards your aims and interests as you choose from a wide range of modules. You’ll also tackle a topic of your choice in depth with a supervised individual project.You can also apply for this course:· With Industrial Experience· With Year Abroad

Which department am I in?

Electronic Engineering and Computer Science

Study options

Full Time (3 Years)

Tuition fees
Information not available

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Start date

19 September 2022

Venue

Main Site

Mile End Road,

London,

Tower Hamlets,

E1 4NS, England

Entry requirements

For students from United States

To include A Level ChemistrySubjects excluded: General Studies and Critical ThinkingPlease note:You will also be excepted to achieve a Pass grade in the practical endorsement for any of the following A levels - Biology, Chemistry, Physics - if taken with one of the Awarding Bodies in England.

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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About Queen Mary University of London

Queen Mary is ranked among the 25 most internationally diverse universities in the world and is home to a hugely diverse student population.

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  • Houses 300 societies and 60 sports clubs
  • Has produced eight Nobel Prize Winners