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MEng Electrical and Electronic Engineering / Careers
Year of entry: 2022
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The MEng project, in particular, helped to enhance my team-working skills.
Since my current job requires a lot of collaboration with people from other continents, effective communication is very important.Huda binti Ihsanuddin / MEng. Electrical and Electronic Engineering graduate, IT Engineer at ExxonMobil
Your Electrical and Electronic Engineering Master's degree from The University of Manchester will open a world of opportunity, and the skills you develop will be sought across a wide range of industries.
There is a shortage of electronic and electrical engineers, and our graduates are in demand in this highly employable profession. EEE is a global market today, opportunities truly are global. Our graduates have been prepared for opportunities such as:
- Designing automotive electronics
- Designing communication systems
- Developing robotics
- High voltage engineering
- Integrating renewable energy sources
- Oil and gas exploration
- Systems for unmanned vehicles.
Our graduates have secured roles at organisations including:
- National Grid
- Scottish Power
- BAE Systems.
What's more, graduate with a degree from us and you'll be in demand among the top graduate employers by attending one of the most targeted universities according to The Graduate Market in 2021 - High Fliers Research.
Did you know, this course has an industrial experience option: Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Industrial Experience .
We are committed to helping you get the best start after graduation. That's why The University of Manchester's award-winning Careers Service will continue to support you two years after graduation.
Additionally, each year the Department hosts a careers fair where you can meet with company representatives and discuss work experience options. These companies include Rolls-Royce, Alstom, National Grid, BP, Centrica, Jaguar Land Rover, National Instruments, Network Rail, Shell, and Siemens.
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Blog
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