A first or good 2nd-class honours degree in a relevant subject, or a qualification recognised by the university as equivalent. Applicants whose first language is not English and who have not lived in a country where the first language is English for at least three years, immediately prior to the commencement of study, will be required to demonstrate that their English is at an appropriate level before registering.
Months of entry
Course contentA 5A unified engineering department covering electrical, electronic, control mechanical and software engineering specialisms. Funded research opportunities available in the areas of control, instrumentation, bioengineering, mechanical materials, thermofluids, electrical and electronic power engineering, embedded systems, environmental engineering, chemical sensors, quality and reliability management.
Bioengineering; Transducers and Signal Processing; Control Systems; Electrical and Electronics Power Engineering; Mechanics of Materials; Radio Systems; Thermofluids and Environmental Engineering; Chemical sensors; Embedded systems; Software Engineering; Quality and Reliability Management.
Information for international students
A majority of the department's postgraduate population are international, coming from China, Germany, Guyana, Colombia, Mexico, India, Italy, Malaysia, Pakistan and Singapore.
Fees and fundingEPSRC, industry, university open scholarships.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Miss Michelle Christian
- 0116 252 2871
- 0116 252 2619