Electrical and electronic engineering

Electronic engineers are producing the next generation of computers, satellites, mobile phones, wearables, distributed sensors, and energy generation and storage devices. And with our 6G Innovation Centre, Advanced Technology Institute, Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing and Surrey Space Centre, we’re at the forefront of this work.

Our electrical and electronic engineering courses open the door to careers in a range of rapidly evolving and exciting industries. According to the 2020 HESA Graduate Outcomes survey, 96 per cent of our graduates are in work or further education.

TheGuardian University Guide 2021 also ranks our electrical and electronic engineering courses 6th in the UK.

 

Studentships

Medical imaging standardisation for large scale studies

Funding information:
A stipend of £18,285 for 20/21, which will increase each year in line with the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) rate, plus Home/EU-rate fee allowance of £4,407 (with automatic increase to UKRI rate each year). The studentship is offered for 4 years.

Uncertainty quantification in high-dimensional spaces with Bayesian deep learning

Funding information:
Stipend: £16,000 per annum.Fees:  Studentship Fees are covered at UK /EU rates. The studentship is open to both UK/EU students (full award – tuition plus stipend) and international students (partial award - tuition at the UK/EU rate plus stipend). International applicants are encouraged to apply for a fee scholarship to reduce tuition fees to the UK/EU rate.

CVSSP studentship opportunities

Funding information:
These PhD studentships will cover home and EU university tuition fees, a tax-free maintenance grant of up to £14,777 per annum and contribution to travel costs to present your research at national and international conferences. Studentships are open to overseas students provided they can support the difference between home and overseas fees (£16,540).

Students and graduates