Taught course

Communications and Signal Processing

Institution
Newcastle University · School of Engineering
Qualifications
MSc

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Entry requirements

A 2:2 BEng honours degree, or international equivalent, in: electrical and electronic engineering; computer engineering; mechanical engineering; physics communications, information and control engineering; electronics; information and science technology.

Months of entry

September

Course content

This is a unique degree. You'll benefit from our research strengths in communications, and digital signal processing.

Course highlights include:

  • all major disciplines in communications engineering and signal analysis methodology
  • the comprehensive treatment of advanced communication systems from theoretical and practical approaches
  • innovative educational techniques designed to equip you with practical knowledge
  • design skills and research methodologies
  • you will develop transferable skills in research and knowledge acquisition.

Our MSc Science Communication and Signal Processing degree is designed for both practising professionals and graduates in:

  • electrical and electronic engineering
  • computer engineering
  • mechanical engineering
  • physics
  • communications, information and control engineering
  • electronics
  • information and science technology.

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Information for international students

English Language requirements: Direct Entry : IELTS 6.0 overall (with a minimum of 5.5 in all sub-skills). If you have lower English Language scores, you may be accepted onto a Pre-sessional English Language course.

Fees and funding

See our course fees and funding tab in the Programme information in our online Prospectus.

Qualification, course duration and attendance options

  • MSc
    full time
    12 months
    • Campus-based learningis available for this qualification

Optional 24 months full time with preliminary year

Course contact details

Name
School of Engineering
Email
soe.admissions@ncl.ac.uk