MEng Electronic Engineering

Year of entry: 2021

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Overview

Degree awarded
MEng
Duration
4 years
Typical A-level offer
AAA including Mathematics and either Physics, Electronics, Further Mathematics, Chemistry or Computer Science. Practical skills are a crucial part of science education and there will be a requirement to pass the practical element of any science A Level taken.
Typical contextual A-level offer
AAB including Mathematics and either Physics, Electronics, Further Mathematics, Chemistry or Computer Science.
Find out more about contextual admissions.
Typical International Baccalaureate offer

Obtain 36 Points at International Baccalaureate Diploma, including 6 Points in Mathematics and Physics OR Chemistry at Higher Level and 6 points in one other Higher Level subject.

Changes to International Baccalaureate Diploma Mathematics Courses from September 2019, first examination 2021. We are aware of the planned changes to the IB Mathematics curriculum. IB students will be able to choose from: Mathematics: analysis and approaches and Mathematics: applications and interpretation from September 2019.

For this programme of study we will accept: Higher Level Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches or Applications and Interpretation.

Full entry requirements

How to apply

Apply through UCAS .

This course is now closed to International applicants for 2021 entry.

Course overview

  • Study at one of the largest departments of electrical and electronic engineering in the country, with a distinguished history and a focus on the future.
  • Complete your master's degree with a final-year team project directly funded by industry or inspired by industrial needs.
  • Combine scientific and engineering knowledge with creativity to solve some of today's biggest electronic engineering challenges making use of an incredible array of equipment and facilities.
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Undergraduate Electronic Engineering

Open days

The University holds undergraduate open days regularly, giving you the opportunity to find out more about our courses, the support we offer, and our facilities. Attending an open day is a great way to find out what studying at Manchester is all about. Find out about our upcoming open days .

View the recent undergraduate virtual open week recorded sessions.

Fees

Tuition fees for home students commencing their studies in September 2021 will be £9,250 per annum. Tuition fees for international students will be £25,000 per annum. For general information please see the undergraduate finance pages.

Policy on additional costs

All students should normally be able to complete their programme of study without incurring additional study costs over and above the tuition fee for that programme. Any unavoidable additional compulsory costs totalling more than 1% of the annual home undergraduate fee per annum, regardless of whether the programme in question is undergraduate or postgraduate taught, will be made clear to you at the point of application. Further information can be found in the University's Policy on additional costs incurred by students on undergraduate and postgraduate taught programmes (PDF document, 91KB).

Scholarships/sponsorships

The University of Manchester is committed to attracting and supporting the very best students. We have a focus on nurturing talent and ability and we want to make sure that you have the opportunity to study here, regardless of your financial circumstances.

For information about scholarships and bursaries please visit our undergraduate student finance pages and our Department funding pages .

Contact details

Department
Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Contact name
Undergraduate Admissions team
Telephone
+44 (0)161 543 4017
Email
Website
https://www.eee.manchester.ac.uk/
School/Faculty overview

The School of Engineering creates a world of possibilities for students pursuing skills and understanding. Through dynamic research and teaching we develop engineering solutions that make a difference to society in an ethical and sustainable way.  Science-based engineering is at the heart of what we do, and through collaboration we support the engineers and scientists of tomorrow to become technically strong, analytically innovative and creative. Find out more about Science and Engineering at Manchester .

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Entry requirements

A-level

AAA including Mathematics and either Physics, Electronics, Further Mathematics, Computer Science or Chemistry.

Practical skills are a crucial part of science education and therefore there will be a requirement to pass the practical element of any science A Level taken.

Integrated Foundation Year

If you do not have the required grades or subjects you may want to consider our  integrated foundation year.

Duration of A-level study

If you either sat your examinations early or followed an accelerated curriculum and spent three years studying A-levels where the examinations were taken over two years, your application will be considered against the standard selection process of your chosen course.If you have studied an advanced curriculum where the examinations are spread over three years, consideration for an offer will be at the discretion of the admissions tutor.

AS-level

AS level results are not considered as part of the standard admissions process at The University of Manchester.

Unit grade information

The University of Manchester welcomes the provision of unit information where available.  Like all other information provided by applicants this may be taken into consideration when assessing your application.  Unit grades will not normally form part of an offer conditions.

GCSE

GCSE English Language and Maths are required at a minimum of Grade C or above or Grade 4 or above for applicants holding newly reformed GCSEs in England.

International Baccalaureate

Obtain 36 Points at International Baccalaureate Diploma, including 6 Points in Mathematics and Physics OR Chemistry at Higher Level and 6 points in one other Higher Level subject.

Changes to International Baccalaureate Diploma Mathematics Courses from September 2019, first examination 2021. We are aware of the planned changes to the IB Mathematics curriculum. IB students will be able to choose from: Mathematics: analysis and approaches and Mathematics: applications and interpretation from September 2019.

For this programme of study we will accept: Higher Level Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches or Applications and Interpretation.

Other international entry requirements

We accept a range of qualifications from different countries. For these and general requirements including English language see the  accepted entry qualifications from your country .

Scottish requirements

We require grades AAABB in Scottish Highers including Mathematics and either Physics or Chemistry.  In addition, 2 Scottish Advanced Highers are normally required at grades AA including Mathematics and either Physics, Chemistry or Mathematics for Mechanics.

English Language and Mathematics not taken at Higher/Advanced Higher must have been achieved at SCQF level 5 (minimum National 5 grade C / Intermediate 2 grade C / Standard Grade Credit level grade 3).

If you require further clarification about the acceptability of this qualification please contact Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

European Baccalaureate

The University of Manchester welcomes applicants with the European Baccalaureate. Acceptable on its own or in combination with other qualifications, applications from students studying for this qualification are welcome and all applicants will be considered on an individual basis.

We normally require: Award of European Baccalaureate with 75% overall, including 8 in Maths and 8 in either Physics or Chemistry.

AQA Baccalaureate

The University recognises the benefits of the AQA Baccalaureate and the opportunities it provides for applicants to develop independent study and research skills.

We expect to see grades AAA in the GCE A-Levels including subjects Maths and either Physics, Electronics, Further Maths or Chemistry.

The units of broader study, enrichment activities and the Extended Project are considered to be valuable elements of the AQA Baccalaureate and we would therefore strongly encourage students to draw upon these experiences within their personal statement.

Foundation year

The University recognises a number of foundation programmes as suitable for entry to this undergraduate programme:

Applicants completing the INTO Manchester in partnership with The University of Manchester international foundation programme in Science and Engineering or the NCUK International Foundation year in Science and Engineering are required to achieve grades AAA including Maths and either Physics or Further Maths and EAP grade B or above.

Pearson BTEC qualifications

Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma

In addition to the following requirements applicants are required to provide AS Level Maths at grade B or above. BTEC Extended Diploma in   Electrical and Electronic Engineering   with Distinction*, Distinction, Distinction including Distinction in Further Engineering Mathematics. Applicants are also required to pass an interview. If you are studying the general Engineering stream please contact the admissions office to request a full list of the units we require.

Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Diploma

We consider the National Diploma for entry provided it is in   Electrical and Electronic Engineering .  Entry requirements are based on achievement of the full National Diploma with grades D*D plus A Level Mathematics at grade A. Applicants are also required to pass an interview. If you are studying the general Engineering stream please contact the admissions office to request a full list of the units we require.

Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Foundation Diploma

We consider the National Foundation Diploma for entry. Entry requirements are based on achievement of the full National Foundation Diploma with grade D plus additional level 3 qualifications in A Level Mathematics and either Physics, Electronics or Further Maths at grade AA. 

Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Certificate

We consider the National Extended Certificate for entry. Entry requirements are based on achievement of the full National Extended Certificate with grade D plus A Level Mathematics and either Physics or Electronics or Further Maths at grades AA.

OCR Cambridge Technical qualifications

Cambridge Level 3 Technical Extended Diploma (CTEC)

We consider the Technical Extended Diploma in Engineering for entry provided an additional Mathematics A-Level is also obtained. Entry requirements are based on achievement of the full Technical Extended Diploma with grades  D*DD  and Mathematics A-Level at grade  B.

Cambridge Level 3 Technical Diploma (CTEC)

We consider the Technical Diploma in Engineering for entry provided an additional Mathematics A-Level is also obtained. Entry requirements are based on achievement of the full Technical Diploma with grades   DD  plus a Mathematics A Level at grade  A.

Cambridge Level 3 Technical Foundation Diploma (CTEC)

We consider the Technical Foundation Diploma for entry. Entry requirements are based on achievement of the full Technical Foundation Diploma with grades   DD   plus additional level 3 qualifications A Level Mathematics and Physics at grade  AA. 

Cambridge Level 3 Technical Extended Certificate (CTEC)

We consider the Technical Extended Certificate for entry.  Entry requirements are based on achievement of the full Technical Extended Certificate with grade    plus additional Level 3 qualifications such as A Levels Mathematics and Physics at grades  AA  . 

Access to HE Diploma

Applications are considered on an individual basis as the syllabus for each Access to HE Diploma is different; please contact the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering for further information. We do require the Access to HE Diploma to be in an Engineering related discipline and our standard academic requirement includes 60 credits with 45 at Level 3. We look for a minimum of 45 credits at Distinction, 15 of which should be in Maths.

In addition we also require GCSE in English language at grade C/Grade 4 in the newly reformed GCSEs in England.

We also consider other factors such as other educational achievements, life experience and skills on an individual basis.

Cambridge Pre-U

The Cambridge PreU is acceptable with three principle units including Maths and either Physics, Further Maths or Chemistry with three Distinction 3 grades.

Extended Project Qualification (EPQ)

The University recognises the benefits of the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) and the opportunities it provides for applicants to develop independent study and research skills. Although the Extended Project will not be included in the conditions of your offer, we strongly encourage you to provide information about the EPQ in your personal statement and at interview. A number of our academic Departments may also choose to take your performance in the EPQ into account should places be available in August for applicants who narrowly miss the entry grades for their chosen course.

Core Maths

The University welcomes and recognises the value of Level 3 core mathematics qualifications (e.g. AQA Certificate in Mathematical Studies). 

Core Mathematics is not a compulsory element of post-16 study and as a result we will not normally include it in the conditions of any offer made to the student. However, if a student chooses to undertake a core mathematics qualification this may be taken into account when we consider their application, particularly for certain non-science courses with a distinct mathematical or statistical element.

We advise students to contact the academic Department, who will clarify whether their specific portfolio of qualifications is acceptable for entry on to their chosen course.

Home-schooled applicants

If you are a student who has followed a non-standard educational route, e.g. you have been educated at home; your application will be considered against the standard entry criteria of the course for which you are applying. You will be required to demonstrate that you meet the specified academic entry requirements of the course. We will also require a reference from somebody who knows you well enough, in an official capacity, to write about you and your suitability for higher education. If you are a home schooled student and would like further information or advice please contact the academic department for your chosen course who will be able to help you. 

Non-standard educational routes

Mature students are some of our most well-equipped learners, bringing skills and attributes gained from work, family and other life experiences.  Students come from a whole array of backgrounds, study every kind of course, undertake full-time and part-time learning and are motivated by career intentions as well as personal interest.  There is no such thing as a typical mature student at Manchester.  The application process is the same as for other prospective undergraduates.  If you require further clarification about the acceptability of the qualifications you hold please contact the academic department(s) you plan to apply to.  Further information for mature students can be found here ( http://www.manchester.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/mature-students/ )

English language

  • GCSE at Grade C/Grade 4 in the newly reformed GCSEs in England.
  • GCE O-Level English Language Grade C.
  • IELTS 6.5 with no subtest less than 6.
  • TOEFL iBT: 90 overall with a minimum of 22 in each subtest. We do not accept `my best score' and applicants must achieve the TOEFL requirements in one sitting.
  • Pearson Test of Academic English 58 overall with no less than 51 in Writing.
  • English First Language or English Second Language (Cambridge IGCSE) grade C.
  • Certificate of Proficiency in English or Certificate in Advanced English (Cambridge ESOL) grade C.

If you require a student visa and choose to sit Pearson PTE, an overall score of 59 with no less than 59 in each component would be required.

English language test validity

Some English Language test results are only valid for two years. Your English Language test report must be valid on the start date of the course.

Application and selection

How to apply

Apply through UCAS .

This course is now closed to International applicants for 2021 entry.

Advice to applicants

We would normally only consider applicants who obtained the relevant qualification within the two years prior to entry. Applicants who have left education for more than two years would normally be recommended to take an Access course. Please contact the Admissions Office to discuss your particular circumstances. You should not usually apply for more than one of the courses offered by The Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.  Students can switch between Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Electronic Engineering and Mechatronic Engineering up until the end of the first year.

Applicants submitting mitigating circumstances. Mitigating circumstances may be personal or family illness, other family circumstances, change of teachers during a course, problems with school facilities or an unusual curriculum followed by your Department or college. We recommend that information on mitigating circumstances that have affected or are likely to affect your academic performance will be included in the referee's report. We cannot usually take into account information that is supplied after an adverse decision has been made on an application by the admitting Department. If you encounter mitigating circumstances after you have submitted your application, please inform the admissions staff in the Department to which you applied as soon as possible.  Where mitigating circumstances have already been taken into account, for example by the relevant Exam Board, we will not be able to make further allowances.

How your application is considered

Applications are considered on the basis of an assessment of past and predicted academic achievements, the academic reference and personal statement. 

The personal statement is your opportunity to tell the admissions team why we should offer you a place here at Manchester. It will be read by an administrative member of staff.

We are keen to hear about you - your interests, hobbies, extra-curricular experiences, career aspirations - and how these have prepared you for success on your chosen course.

All applicants should be aware that information provided in the personal statement may be used as the basis for further discussion during any subsequent interview with an academic member of staff.

Deferrals

Applicants for deferred entry are considered equally to other applications up to the point of confirmation. Deferred entry is granted on the discretion of admissions staff, and is normally granted for one year.

Some English language test results, such as IELTS or TOEFL, are only valid for two years from the test date.

Policy for applicants who resit their qualifications

If you have re-sat individual modules to improve your grades, we will consider your application according to the standard selection process. If you are planning to re-sit the final Year 13 examinations, or have already done so, the University will consider your application, but we may require further information in order to make an informed judgment on your application.

Re-applications

If you applied in the previous year and your application was not successful you may apply again. Your application will be considered against the standard course entry criteria for that year of entry.  In your new application you should demonstrate how your application has improved.  We may draw upon all information from your previous applications or any previous registrations at the University as a student when assessing your suitability for your chosen course. 

If you are applying for a place for the same year of entry through UCAS Extra, you should provide additional evidence of your suitability for the course. If you are applying through clearing you are required to meet the clearing requirements. In both UCAS Extra and clearing the places will be subject to availability.

Transfers

We are unable to accept applications for second year entry with the exception of those coming via our advanced entry programmes with North China Electric Power University, Shanghai University or NCUK.

Please note we do not offer transfers into the third year of our courses.

Course details

Course description

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Embedded Systems project Year 2

Turn on your career in electronic engineering at Manchester, a university with a prestigious history in the subject and a bright focus on the future. We're home to one of the largest departments dedicated to the subject in the UK, have fantastic links with industry, and have taught the discipline here since 1905. 

Both today and in years to come we look to electronics to provide answers for complex problems. Take the mobile phone: a very sophisticated computer and communications system that links to a worldwide network of antennas allowing it to connect to any other mobile or landline, as well as the internet. Or the digital camera, at the heart of which is a sophisticated electronic device containing millions of individual light level detectors. 

We live in an information age. Complex systems require digital signal processing (for images, audio and other signals), and technological developments in communications include concurrent processing (to allow the manipulation of the massive amounts of data), data networking and digital communication systems for both local distribution and across the internet. Explore these themes and acquire the skills to take them forward at Manchester.

In the final year you will complete a team project directly funded by industry or inspired by industrial needs. Past projects have included developing an instrumented training wheelchair for para-athletes, creating a haptic glove for remote handling, and developing a cyber-secure electricity management system in smart cities, and many more.

Aims

  • You will learn to design, build, and operate analogue and digital circuits to create smart devices, autonomous systems, and a new generation of electronic devices.
  • You will be taught by academics working on the cutting-edge of research, helping to solve the world's biggest challenges.
  • We will provide ample opportunity for practical application and project work. These are strong themes throughout our course.
  • In the final year you will undertake a team project either directly funded by industry or based on industrial needs.

Special features

NI Lab
National Instruments sponsored Laboratory which you will use in your first, second and third year of study.

Industry-inspired team project

In the final year you will undertake a team project that is either directly funded by industry or inspired by industrial needs - providing the experience and skills you need before taking your next career step.

Regular, close support

In addition to regularly meeting your academic advisor, you will also enjoy a close relationship with your project tutor, meeting on a weekly basis to supplement your learning in lectures and lab sessions.

Excellent facilities

With access to an extensive range of leading facilities , you will get hands-on with industry-standard equipment - improving your knowledge and skills, and preparing you for work post-graduation. Our flagship facilities include a new High Voltage Lab , Photon Science Institute , and the brand new teaching and research engineering  buildings .

Options and flexibility

The first three semesters of our undergraduate courses share the same fundamental engineering contents. This gives you the opportunity to transfer between electrical and electronic, electronic and mechatronic engineering up until halfway through your second year. The third year syllabus is flexible to suit your specialism interests.

Teaching and learning

At Manchester you will be taught by academic staff who are leading experts in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, in a diverse and inclusive learning environment. Teaching and Learning will be delivered using a variety of methods, including:

  • Lectures
  • Pre-recorded videos
  • Tutorial classes
  • Practical work sessions
  • PASS sessions and peer mentoring 

Some activities will be delivered face-to-face and others online, following a blended learning approach.  The course material is delivered by a mixture of live lectures and pre-recorded videos, with additional examples provided to consolidate your knowledge and answer technical questions. 

Tutorial and practical work sessions facilitate an interactive learning experience as well as allowing you to develop critically important practical engineering skills. All these activities enable you to interact with us and have the best possible student experience. A typical week in your first year of study will comprise of approximately 40 hours of activity, of which approximately 19 hours will be timetabled study and 21 hours will be independent or self-directed study. Given the strong practical elements in this course, a typical week will include 4 to 6 hours of hands-on practical work.

The course contains strong practical elements: a year-long practical build project of an electronic device in Year 1, a year-long practical build project of an embedded system in Year 2, and a year-long individual project in Year 3 and an industrially related year-long engineering team project in Year 4.

As you progress from Year 1 to Year 4, you will gradually develop into an independent learner and we will facilitate this progression by increasing the amount of self-directed study time, during which you will have opportunity to work on the project work as well as having the freedom to decide what aspects of the course you want or need to focus more on.

In your third year of study, between 25 and 30 hours each week will typically be independent study. In your fourth year of study, between 30 and 39 hours each week will typically be independent study, with the latter for the project-only weeks. You will be supported by staff through all of your independent study, and this transition to being able to explore your own ideas through project work is an important attribute of a graduate engineer.

PASS (Peer Assisted Study Sessions) and Peer Mentoring

We're proud of our innovative PASS (Peer Assisted Study Sessions) and Peer Mentoring scheme. The PASS scheme provides additional support around the current week's tutorial. It's entirely voluntary and consists of second, third and fourth-year current students helping first years to tackle problems defined by the content of the current tutorial. The emphasis is on showing students how to think about the problems, how to develop problem-solving skills and how to get the most from the educational resources available.

More about blended learning  

Some of your activities will be synchronous, where you learn live with your lecturer/peers and can interact as appropriate, helping you get support and feel part of a community. At other times it will be asynchronous, where you access materials like presentations, video content, online discussion boards or collaborative documents in your own time (within a framework provided by your programme).

We believe this blended approach will help each individual study in a way that works best for them and will ensure students receive the best student-experience. 

Coursework and assessment

The course is assessed by a variety of methods, each appropriate to the topic being assessed. These methods include coursework exercises, laboratory reports, written examinations, online tests and examinations, presentations and practical demonstrations. You will also have many opportunities to self-assess your progress using online quizzes and tutorial exercises.

Course unit details

Each course unit is reviewed annually, taking into account feedback from our students and our industrial advisory group, to ensure that we deliver the most appropriate material.

Course content for year 1

Course units for year 1

The course unit details given below are subject to change, and are the latest example of the curriculum available on this course of study.

TitleCodeCredit ratingMandatory/optional
Microcontroller Engineering I EEEN10018 10 Mandatory
Electronic Materials EEEN10022 10 Mandatory
Circuit Analysis EEEN10024 10 Mandatory
Digital System Design I EEEN10026 10 Mandatory
Energy Transport and Conversion EEEN10027 10 Mandatory
Electromagnetic Fields EEEN10028 10 Mandatory
Electronic Circuit Design I EEEN10029 10 Mandatory
Electronics Project EEEN10034 10 Mandatory
C Programming EEEN10036 10 Mandatory
Measurements & Analytical Software EEEN10038 10 Mandatory
Mathematics 1E1 for EEE MATH19681 10 Mandatory
Mathematics 1E2 MATH19682 10 Mandatory
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Course content for year 2

Course units for year 2

The course unit details given below are subject to change, and are the latest example of the curriculum available on this course of study.

TitleCodeCredit ratingMandatory/optional
Microcontroller Engineering II EEEN20019 10 Mandatory
Digital Systems Design II EEEN20023 10 Mandatory
Electronic Circuit Design II EEEN20025 10 Mandatory
Microelectronic Components EEEN20026 10 Mandatory
Signals and Systems EEEN20027 10 Mandatory
Control Systems I EEEN20030 10 Mandatory
Analogue and Digital Communications EEEN20035 10 Mandatory
Engineering Management EEEN20051 10 Mandatory
VLSI Design EEEN20053 10 Mandatory
Embedded Systems Project EEEN21000 20 Mandatory
Mathematics 2E1 MATH29681 10 Mandatory
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Course content for year 3

Course units for year 3

The course unit details given below are subject to change, and are the latest example of the curriculum available on this course of study.

TitleCodeCredit ratingMandatory/optional
Digital Signal Processing EEEN30029 10 Mandatory
Individual Project EEEN30033 30 Mandatory
Computer Systems Architecture EEEN30040 10 Mandatory
High Speed Digital and Mixed Signal Design EEEN30075 10 Mandatory
Current Trends in Optical Devices EEEN30077 10 Mandatory
Commercial Technology Development MCEL30102 10 Mandatory
Numerical Analysis EEEN30002 10 Optional
Data Networking EEEN30024 10 Optional
Transmissions Lines & Optical Fibres EEEN30036 10 Optional
Control Systems II EEEN30041 10 Optional
Sensors & Instrumentation EEEN30043 10 Optional
Concurrent Systems EEEN30052 10 Optional
Digital Mobile Communications EEEN30069 10 Optional
Leadership in Action Online Unit UCIL20031 10 Optional
Leadership in Action Online Unit UCIL20032 10 Optional
Understanding Mental Health UCIL20112 10 Optional
AI: robot overlord, replacement, or colleague? UCIL20122 10 Optional
Trust and Security in a Digital World: From Fake News to Cyber Criminals UCIL20132 10 Optional
From Antarctica to Outer Space: Surviving and Thriving in Extremes UCIL20142 10 Optional
Are We Alone? The Search for Extraterrestrial Life UCIL20211 10 Optional
Creating a Sustainable World: 21st Century Challenges and the Sustainable Development Goals UCIL20311 10 Optional
Digital Society: Your Place in a Networked World UCIL26002 10 Optional
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Course content for year 4

Course units for year 4

The course unit details given below are subject to change, and are the latest example of the curriculum available on this course of study.

TitleCodeCredit ratingMandatory/optional
Team Project EEEN40035 60 Mandatory
Advanced Technology Enterprise for EEE MCEL40011 15 Mandatory
Nanoelectronic Devices and Nanomaterials EEEN40053 15 Optional
Digital Control & System Identification EEEN40110 15 Optional
Process Control & Model Predictive Control EEEN40112 15 Optional
Antennas and RF Systems EEEN40121 15 Optional
Machine Learning & Optimisation Techniques EEEN40151 15 Optional
Wireless Communication & Mobile Networks EEEN40162 15 Optional
Multi-Sensor Signal Processing & Imaging EEEN40175 15 Optional
Digital Image Processing EEEN40177 15 Optional
Microwave Circuit Principles and Design EEEN40183 15 Optional
Solar Energy Technologies EEEN40421 15 Optional
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Additional fee information

If you are a home (UK) or EU student applying to study a qualification that is at an equivalent level to, or lower level than one that you have already been awarded, you may not be eligible for funding for your fees or living costs.

Equivalent or lower qualification (ELQ) fee information

Scholarships and bursaries

The University of Manchester is committed to attracting and supporting the very best students. We have a focus on nurturing talent and ability and we want to make sure that you have the opportunity to study here, regardless of your financial circumstances.

For information about scholarships and bursaries please visit our undergraduate student finance pages and our Department funding pages .

What our students say

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Manchester creates an incredibly relaxed and friendly atmosphere so you can enjoy your university career as much as you can.

The studying facilities throughout the university are all fantastic and create the perfect environment to study.

Joshua Fried / MEng Electronic Engineering with Industrial Experience

Find out what it's like to study at Manchester by visiting the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering blog .

Facilities

Our strong, ever-growing links with industry not only help to inform our courses, but also boost our excellent teaching and research facilities which include:

Disability support

Practical support and advice for current students and applicants is available from the Disability Advisory and Support Service. Email: dass@manchester.ac.uk

Careers

Career opportunities

Careers Service
Manchester's award winning Careers Service will continue to support you two years after graduation.

Your electronic engineering master's degree from The University of Manchester will open up a world of opportunity, and the skills you develop will be sought across a wide range of industries.

For example, our graduates have gone on to forge successful careers in the development of microcontroller-based embedded systems; computer systems engineering; robotics; avionics; and automotive electronics.

Alternatively, you might progress into the design of automation and control systems for various industrial processes; the design of mobile and wireless communications systems; the development of real-time speech and image processing algorithms; or the design of guidance and control systems for unmanned intelligent underwater, ground and aerial vehicles.

Each year the Department hosts a careers fair, where you can meet with company representatives and discuss work experience options. These companies include ARM, Broadcom, Renesas, Jaguar Land Rover, Nexperia, EA Technology, National Instruments, Network Rail, BP, Shell and Siemens.

What's more, graduate with a degree from us and you'll be in demand among the top graduate employers (most targeted university in The Graduate Market in 2020 - High Fliers Research ). And with a year-long industrial placement under your belt, you'll be well placed to take the next step.

Accrediting organisations

All of our courses are accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and the Institution of Measurements and Control.