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Studying Electrical, Electronic and Mechatronic Engineering
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MEng Project Team - Industrial IoT manufacturing cluster demonstrator
MEng Project Team 1 explains that their project aims to demonstrate how legacy equipment can integrate into industry 4.0 solution.
Students discuss why they chose their course at Manchester
Our students explain why they chose a degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, and why they came to Manchester.
A playground for engineers and material scientists
The largest UK university engineering building in the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution.
Welcome to your new home of engineering and material science. Within the walls of this new campus, you will be able to enjoy innovative learning spaces and modern facilities that will enhance your university experience, in time for our full opening in September 2022.
Meet the architect
Otto Diesfeldt, one of the architects behind MECD gives us his first impression of the completed building.
The future of learning
Find out about our revolutionary blended learning facilities and study spaces
The student perspective
Students share their impressions of what blended learning looks like and the benefits they feel will help them during their studies.
VIDEO: See our facilities
VIDEO: High quality facilities to support your teaching including our high-voltage lab.
Support on your course
Our student PASS scheme focuses on providing help that complements the staff led teaching.
Students can learn from other year groups to help understand programming concepts, share problems and experiences and strengthen their CV and interview techniques.
Everything you need to know about student finance, and the funding available to you as an undergraduate student in the Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering.
Student life at Manchester
Student life at Manchester
Find out more about life as a EEE student at The University of Manchester.
We're home to one of the largest departments dedicated to the subject in the UK, this means you can boost your career prospects and enhance your student experience. You’ll also encounter many experiences, faces, and places in the buzzing city of Manchester!
Why I chose to study at Manchester
Udit, Mechatronic Engineering
Have a listen to Udit's experiences as a student at Manchester, including the reasons why he decided to study here and his favourite things about the course.
VIDEO: Learn to work in a team
VIDEO: Find out more about our team projects and how they connect with industry.
VIDEO: Hear about student life
VIDEO: Olivia talks about her student life in EEE.
VIDEO: Enhance your student experience
Boost your career prospects and enhance your student experience by joining our many societies available.
Careers and employability
Supporting your future
Your engineering degree will open up a world of opportunity, giving you skills for a wide range of industries. Our graduates go into careers such as designing and operating large-scale power systems and designing electrical machines and robotics.
- Employability rate: 85% (15 months after the course, source Graduate Outcomes Survey 2019)
- Average salary: £28,500 (15 months after the course, Graduate Outcomes Survey 2019)
My graduate journey - 6 years on
Harish tells us why he loves Mechatronic Engineering and how his degree led to his role at Babcock International.
My graduate journey - 10 years on
Hear from graduate Gary on how his time studying at Manchester prepared him for his career as the Connections Team Manager at TNEI.
VIDEO: Day in the life
We spoke to Electrical and Electronic Engineering graduate Theo to find out where his degree has taken him....
Events for offer-holders
Parents and carers event
We will be hosting a dedicated short evening session (5-6:30pm) for parents / carers and supporters for courses within the School of Engineering on 27 January 2022.
This session will enable parents/carers and supporters to find out more information and ask questions about your chosen course and the University.
VIDEO: Engineered in your imagination
Professor Danielle George’s TED talk about the future of collaboration between humans and machines.
Courses within this subject area
Remind yourself how much your course at Manchester has to offer you.
Follow the relevant link for details about the course you have an offer for:
- Electrical, Electronic & Mechatronic Engineering with an Integrated Foundation Year
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering BEng
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering MEng
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Industrial Experience BEng
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Industrial Experience MEng
- Electronic Engineering BEng
- Electronic Engineering MEng
- Electronic Engineering with Industrial Experience BEng
- Electronic Engineering with Industrial Experience MEng
- Mechatronic Engineering BEng
- Mechatronic Engineering MEng
- Mechatronic Engineering with Industrial Experience BEng
- Mechatronic Engineering with Industrial Experience MEng