Electrical and electronic engineering undergraduate courses
The University leads the way in areas such as nanotechnology, vision and signal processing, mobile and wireless communications, multimedia engineering, and space satellite engineering – and our BEng and MEng courses draw on this research excellence.
We are ranked 3rd in the UK for information technology in the National Student Survey 2022.
Joining our Department gives students the opportunity to work in industry for a year on a salaried Professional Training placement, as well as learning about the latest developments in 5G and mobile communications, machine learning and AI, renewable energy, and space engineering.Professor David Carey, Head of the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
As a Surrey undergraduate in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering you have many opportunities to engage creatively from day one; our Makerspace facility and student society are a great way to go beyond the syllabus and team up with like-minded colleagues.Dr Radu Sporea, Undergraduate Admissions Tutor for the Department
Developing your employability
*UK domiciled graduates of full-time, undergraduate qualifications, in full-time employment, from higher education institutions.
We have a wide variety of facilities available for work ranging from robotics and artificial intelligence to nanomaterials and space missions.
What our students say
Benefits of Surrey
We partner with national and international businesses of all sizes and across all sectors such as, Intel, Sky TV, Airbus Defence and Space for GE Healthcare.
Beyond your studies
Of course, there's more to university than just studying... Find out more about what you can get involved with during your time with us.
Find a course
We offer six different subject pathways with the same common first year, so no matter which degree you apply for, you’ll have the option of switching to another pathway if you feel it’s a better fit. You can also switch between our BEng and MEng (which includes a masters year), depending on your progress during the course.
Find out more about applying to Surrey.