Nanotechnology is essential for faster electronics with greater functionality and is the key for energy and sustainability. It is at the heart of every transistor found in every computer.
What our students say
You have the opportunity to acquire international experience as part of your postgraduate course, by taking advantage of exchange agreements with our partner universities.
Locations of our partner universities include Australia, United States and Hong Kong.
Helping you progress
We have a wide variety of facilities available for work ranging from robotics and artificial intelligence to nanomaterials and space missions and offer employability and careers support to help get you ready for life after university.
Benefits for you
Dr David Carey, Head of the Department, explains the benefits of studying for a masters degree in in electrical and electronic engineering.
Scholarships and bursaries
Discover how we may be able to support your studies with a host of bursaries and scholarships directly from the University of Surrey and external providers.