Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Electronic engineers are producing the next generation of computers, satellites and mobile phones – and with a new £35 million 5G Innovation Centre, the University of Surrey is at the very forefront of this work.

Our Electrical and Electronic Engineering programmes are ranked top five by the Guardian University Guide 2018 and top five by both the Complete University Guide 2017 and The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2017.

We are ranked top ten for overall satisfaction in Electronic and Electrical Engineering in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2017.

Our Electrical and Electronic Engineering courses

Undergraduate courses

Postgraduate Study (Taught)

Postgraduate Study (Research)

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and Short Courses

Why study Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Surrey?

During my four years at Surrey, I found the culture of encouraging innovation amongst students to be really strong. The academic staff and the teaching environment at Surrey introduced me to new ways of thinking. They really expanded my curiosity about my subject, helping me to explore different areas of engineering and decide which direction to take.

Sam Williams BSc (Hons) Electronic Engineering

Your future in electrical and electronic engineering

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Why Surrey?

Why we chose Surrey

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2,300+ partner organisations

Over the past five years, more than 2,300 partner organisations have worked with us to give students valuable experience in the professional environment.

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