Published: 07 January 2016

Why study for a Masters degree in electrical and electronic engineering?

Dr David Carey, Head of Department (Teaching) for the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, explains the benefits of studying for a Masters degree.

A Masters degree allows you to tailor your studies to focus on your interests and develop the skills required to apply your knowledge in the real world.

Watch the video to hear Dr Carey describe his passion for discovering new things about new materials, and learn how teaching by world-leading academics and our wide ranging research strengths - from 5G mobile technologies to space engineering - make a Masters degree from Surrey different.

Electronic engineering degrees at Surrey

Surrey offers postgraduate electrical and electronic engineering degrees in a variety of specialisms, from medical engineering and communications software to nanotechnology and microwave systems engineering.

Explore our electrical and electronic engineering degrees and learn more about the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

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