About this program
MSc Electronic and Electrical Engineering (With Professional Experience)
Are you looking to get professional experience in an electronic and electrical engineering role while also qualifying with a Master's in the field?
On this Electronic and Electrical Engineering Master's course, you'll combine a professional experience module or 6-month placement with taught modules that develop your skills and understanding in electronic and electrical engineering. You'll cover areas including advanced digital signal processing, microwave and high-speed digital circuit design, electrical machines, and power system technology.
When you complete the course successfully, your Master's degree and professional experience could lead to career opportunities in industries such as telecommunications, power generation and car manufacturing.
Qualifications or experience
- A second-class honours degree in a relevant subject, or equivalent professional experience.
English language requirements
- English language proficiency at a minimum of IELTS band 6.0 with no component score below 5.5.
For more information about admission requirements, please visit the university website.
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The core modules are:
- Electrical Machines and Drives
- Advanced DSP Techniques
- Microwave and High Speed Digital Design
- Electrical Power Systems Technology
- Engineering Management, Economics and Risk Analysis
- Sensors and Measurement Systems
- Individual MSc Project
- Professional Experience
Scholarships & funding
Several scholarship options are available. Please check the university website for more information.
- For UK/EU/Channel Islands and Isle of Man students: £9,200
- For International students: £17,600
On this Master's in Electronic and Electrical Engineering, you'll:
- Develop your knowledge and skills in electronic and electrical engineering
- Complete a professional experience module or take part in a 6-month placement to improve your employability skills and apply what you learn in industry
- Receive a student membership subscription to the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), paid for by the University
- Develop an understanding of advanced digital signal processing, sensors and measurement systems
- Advance your knowledge of microwave and high-speed digital circuit design
- Learn about electrical machines and drive, and electrical power system technology
- Get practical experience in our fully equipped labs such as the Analogue Lab, the Digital and Micro Lab, the DSP Lab (using MATLAB), the Microwave Lab and the Power and Machine Lab
- Improve your transferable skills in areas such as communication, team working, research, numerical analysis, leadership, project management and enterprise
- Experience guest lectures to understand the latest industry developments and research
- Visit companies to get exposure to industrial activities and see how you can apply what you learn in industry
- Take part in research and work alongside academics who are researching in the field
What can you do with a Master's in Electronic and Electrical Engineering?
After the course, areas you could go into include:
- the telecommunications industry
- power generation
- electrical car manufacturing
- industrial control
What jobs can you do with a Master's in Electronic and Electrical Engineering?
Roles you could take on include:
- design engineer
- manufacturing engineer
- test engineer
- commissioning engineer
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University of Portsmouth
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Portsmouth is consistently within the top-ranked institutions in the UK for student satisfaction, which is reflected in the teaching quality, but also the experience that students enjoy with us.
Students can live a few minutes' walk away from their faculty buildings on campus, with only a 5-10 min walk to the seaside.
The cost of living and accommodation in Portsmouth are significantly lower than in the larger cities in the UK, meaning you'll be able to live more comfortably here. The city is so compact that you don't need to take any public transport and most students/lecturers get around by bike.
The city has a population of around 200,000 and over 10% of this is made up of our student population. We have 5,000 students from overseas on campus.
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