BEng (Hons) or MEng — 2025 entry Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Electrical and electronic engineers create electrical systems that transform our lives. On our Electrical and Electronic degrees, you'll unearth some of the most fascinating aspects of modern technology and engineering. 

Key course information

Typical offer
ABB
Start date
September 2025
Full time
3 years
Overseas fees
To be confirmed
UCAS code
H602
Campus
Stag Hill
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Why choose
this course?

We’re home to some of the world’s leading centres of research in electronic communication, power and control engineering, renewable energy and signal processing. These include:

This means you’ll learn about solving real-world problems from highly experienced academics who are experts in their fields.

Our BEng and MEng courses produce engineers with the skills required to work at the forefront of electrical engineering, power and control.

You’ll also have the opportunity to take part in our award-winning Professional Training placements programme, which prepares students for roles in a variety of technology-based sectors.

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Statistics

Top 10 in the UK

Electrical and electronic engineering is ranked top 10 in the UK for overall student satisfaction* in the National Student Survey 2023 

18th in the UK

For electrical and electronic engineering in the Guardian University Guide 2024 

£33K

Average starting salary (Graduate Outcomes 2023, HESA)

*Measured by % positivity across all questions for all providers listed in the Guardian University Guide League Tables

Accreditation

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