You can apply to spend 9 to 12 months working in any organisation in the world, and receive University support from our dedicated team to secure your dream placement. In your final year, you’ll complete an individual research project, resulting in the design and development of an original system or device. You’ll cover topics such as programming, circuit theory, signals and communications, and engineering mathematics.
Studying on a full-time basis, you will be required to attend a mix of online and face-to-face sessions for up to four days a week. You will be assessed through a combination of practical exercises, coursework, portfolios, reports, essays, presentations, or examinations. We want you to develop the ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team, therefore assessment includes some small group activities, though the emphasis is strongly on individual work. Subject to eligibility, UK students joining this undergraduate degree can apply for a Tuition Fee Loan from the Government to cover the full cost of tuition fees.
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- As a CE graduate you can not only design the physical hardware but also write the software to run it.
- The project will be executed independently under the guidance of a supervisor.
- Some of our degrees involve additional costs which are not covered by your tuition fees.
- Applicants for PhD level study will preferably hold a Magister/Masterado or equivalent qualification, but holders of the Licenciado with excellent grades can be considered.
- Discrete Mathematics and Combinatorics explores a variety of topics within discrete mathematics.
- Applicants may also be asked to achieve a specific grade in those elements.
Computer Networksis designed to provide both theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the basic principles of modern networking and data communications. The module will also enhance your understanding and awareness of emerging new technologies in the field. You will explore the major components of communications networks including Wifi networks. In addition, you will learn how to evaluate, plan, design and present appropriate networking solutions to given specifications, and develop a critical understanding of routing, network addressing and how networks can be subnetted.
Pathway Programme For International Students
This includes the interoperability of wireless networks such as WiMax/GPRS and WiFi to provide WiFi on trains etc. This module covers the mathematics, techniques, and applications of modern cryptography. We will look at the history of code making and code breaking, and draw lessons for the future from the mistakes and successes of the past.
Electronics And Computer Engineering Beng
Examine performance needs and the key issues in designing real-time software for embedded systems in real-world applications. We are aware that access to SAT/ACT exams has been limited over the past two years, and that many students have not taken these tests. Taking this into consideration, we will consider relevant performance in Maths and English via the Advanced Placement qualification to replace the SAT/ACT requirement. Should you not be studying an English AP, you will be required to take a further English test in order to meet our entry requirements. Please be aware that completion of the High School Diploma will remain a requirement.