A 2.2 degree in Electronic Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Networks, Telecommunications or Physics.
At least 50% of undergraduate academic modules must include electronic engineering, mathematics or physics. Applicants from undergraduate courses who do not have a substantial covering of engineering mathematics should contact the univeristy directly.
Months of entry
Our graduates work in major telecommunications companies around the world. We have run this course for over 25 years and, in that time, educated over a thousand communications specialists.
Starting from the concept of a signal, we cover the fundamentals of how signals are acquired, processed and transmitted over a wide range of media — electronic, optical and radio. Our laboratory work shows how these principles are put into practice and your software development skills are improved through a series of lectures, exercises and assignments.
Building on this, we explore a number of state-of-the-art topics in detail, including:
- Modern digital transmission systems
- Wireless communication systems
- Computer security and cryptography
- Complex electronic circuits
- Networked systems
Our School is a community of scholars leading the way in technological research and development. Today’s telecommunications engineers are creative people who are focused and committed, yet restless and experimental. We are home to many of the world’s top engineers, and our work is driven by creativity and imagination as well as technical excellence. More than two-thirds of our research is rated ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent' (REF 2014).
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Graduate Administrator
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