Research course

Wireless Technologies

University of Bradford · School of Engineering

Entry requirements

Applications are invited from students with a broad range of subject qualifications, within engineering, physics, materials science, computing or mathematics, to join the School's research work. Candidates should have a good Honours degree in a discipline relevant to their proposed field of research.

Months of entry

January, October, July, April

Course content

Wireless Centre for Industrial Collaboration (CIC):
By combining the strengths of the Universities of Bradford and Leeds and providing a gateway of access to them, the Wireless CIC presents a unique offering to industry. By partnering with the CIC, small to medium enterprises (as well as large global ventures) are able to fully utilise the facilities and resources at the Universities - whether that be equipment and technology resources or the actual personnel themselves and their inherent skills. The overall aim is to encourage investment into the research and development of innovative wireless solutions that could benefit business overall.

Department specialisms

Digital signal processing; signals and systems; cryptography and network security; sensor technologies; sensor networking and protocols; sensor software; data fusion; mobile internet and mobile content design; mobile gaming; future mobile device physical design (inc fashion considerations and wearable devices); m-learning

Qualification and course duration


full time
36 months
part time
48 months


part time
24 months
full time
12 months

Course contact details

01274 234543
01274 234525