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Electronic Engineering BEng (Hons)




What will I learn?

Our Electronic Engineering BEng course focuses on four key areas in electronics: circuits and systems, signal processing, computing and communication. You will develop in-depth knowledge of and practical expertise in circuit analysis and design, communication systems, computation and software programming for engineers, and hardware design, which will provide a foundation for senior roles in electronics, signal processing, and communication industries.

Key benefits

  • Top 10 in the UK for Electronic Engineering (QS World Rankings by subject 2020)
  • Unique combination of electronic engineering, computer science and robotics modules.
  • You'll benefit from our longstanding links with various companies, including Orange, Vodafone, Nokia, NEC, BT and Texas Instruments.
  • You’ll be learning from world-leading experts in their field in state-of-the-art facilities.
  • You’ll build specialist skills which open up wide ranging careers in technology, telecommunications, biotech and financial engineering.

Our course will provide you with broad knowledge and an in-depth understanding of electronic engineering and design techniques. The diverse nature of our course will give you a strong foundation in electronic engineering along with general communication, control and computer systems. There is also a strong focus on developing mathematical skills, which you will use to analyse the performance of communication and control systems. You will study modules across electronic circuits, communication systems, introduction to robotics, foundations of computing, and hardware design with optional modules in the final year to specialise in artificial intelligence planning, robotic systems, telecommunication networks and other advanced topics. This course will challenge you to think more broadly, translating electronic engineering into everyday life through cryptography, and computer vision and wireless networks.


Our graduates go on to successful careers in a wide range of organisations including banking, management and the major engineering companies. Alternatively, many of our graduates choose further study.

King's Careers & Employability Centre and the Department of Engineering run a careers programme for Engineering students, which includes skills sessions and visits from leading employers.

Which department am I in?


Study options

Full Time (3 Years)

Tuition fees
Information not available
Start date

25 September 2023


Main Site



City Of Westminster,

WC2R 2LS, England

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Students with US high school qualifications meet two requirements, in addition to satisfying any specific subject requirements: must study three subjects in-depth, including any subjects as ‘compulsory’ for your course. Students need to have three subjects at Advanced Placement, or three subjects at SAT- S (or a combination of any three different subjects); In addition, all students must achieve strong scores in either the SAT-R or ACT. Students who have completed the optional Essay in the SAT-R after March 2016, though we do not require students to have taken it.

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


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