Scales of 1-5, 1-10 and 1-20 are used, an overall score of 70% or equivalent can be considered equivalent to a UK 2.1. Holders of a bachelor degree with honours from a recognised Caribbean and West Indies university may be considered for entry to a postgraduate degree programme. Holders of the Título de Licenciado /Título de (4-6 years) or an equivalent professional title from a recognised Paraguayan university may be considered for entry to a postgraduate degree programme.
- This course teaches many exciting topics including robotics/mechatronics, embedded systems, and artificial intelligence, as well as providing you with skills employers look for such as creativity, entrepreneurship and team working.
- You’ll graduate with the technical expertise and transferable skills that will open up employment opportunities for you.
- We also provide advice and support on budgeting, money management and financial hardship.
- Your application, especially your personal statement, should explain your motivation for choosing this degree and any relevant non-academic interests and achievements.
For programmes where you can spenda year on a work placement or studying abroad,you will receive a significant fee reduction for that year. EU students without settled or pre-settled status will normally be charged fees at the ‘International’ rate and will not be eligible for Student Finance England support. From global careers in the oil, gas and energy, pharmaceutical, or consumer products sectors, through to marine engineering and offshore engineering. There are also opportunities in groundbreaking research and consultancy, as well as business and management. You’ll also develop a wide range of transferable skills, including analytical skills, teamwork, time management, and IT skills, which are valued by employers across all sectors. Get career ready with a work placement and leave as a confident professional in your field.
Mode Of Study
You will also complete a research and development project which will involve the creation of an appropriate piece of software or hardware. The emphasis at this level is on the development of independent study skills. The combination of electronic engineering skills with advanced knowledge of computer hardware and software engineering prepare you for creating the systems of the future. This course teaches many exciting topics including robotics/mechatronics, embedded systems, and artificial intelligence, as well as providing you with skills employers look for such as creativity, entrepreneurship and team working.
This module sets out the process of software engineering and allows students to develop effective and efficient strategies for the realisation of large scale software systems system. Fundamentals of object oriented programming will also be addressed in the context of software engineering to solve a computational problem. Apply your learning in computer science or engineering to solve a problem. Design, implement and evaluate a solution, producing a dissertation on your investigation and giving an oral presentation of your work.
Virtual Realisation of Systems recognises that virtual reality is becoming the universal display medium of the 21st century. Virtual engineering leverages VR for the collaborative modelling, development, simulation and realisation of complex systems. You will be able to apply your skills to the virtual realisation of systems ranging across embedded microprocessors, communication, industrial control, and robotics and automation. Graduates who have an in-depth background in this rapidly advancing interdisciplinary field are well placed for interesting and rewarding careers at the interface of engineering and computing.
You don’t need to study any more qualifications after your degree to work towards chartered status. Typical subjects might be 3rd and 4th generation systems, OFDM and MIMO and how 5th generation systems are likely to develop. This module will teach you the required mathematical skills and suitable software tools needed for you to start modelling these problems yourself. It gives you the chance to put your theoretical knowledge into practice through activities drawn from the design and development cycle. Group projects, presentations and seminars enable you to gain the skills and understanding essential for the workplace.
The first year is designed to allow students from a diverse range of backgrounds to make a solid start on the course. Computer engineering looks at the building blocks of computers and essential programming skills required for the following year, while electrical engineering covers essential electrical circuits. In electronics, you will explore the digital logic and electronic circuits which are the foundation of computer hardware engineering. Computer-Aided Engineering immerses you in computer-based techniques that support the processes of design and simulation applied to engineering problems.
This degree focuses on the development of systems that involve electronic hardware and software working together, such as the microcomputers embedded in many modern products. This module provides first year undergraduate students in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering with the technical skills required to analyse, design and implement solutions to practical engineering problems. UK entry requirements A level AAA-ABB Required subjects BTEC/Access/HND qualifications are considered on an individual basis.
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