These include laboratories for autonomous systems, robotics, tomography, bioelectronics, superconductivity and power electronics. We also have facilities for opto- and nano-electronics, additive manufacturing, printed circuit board prototyping and a mechanical workshop. Holders of the Magistr Diplomi (Master’s degree) or Diplomi , awarded by prestigious universities, who have attained high grades in their studies will be considered for postgraduate study. Holders of a good Bachelor degree (from 75% to 85% depending upon the university in Taiwan) from a recognised institution will be considered for postgraduate Masters study. Holders of a good Masters degree from a recognised institution will be considered for PhD study.
- You will learn to use the full range of industry standard laboratory equipment such as oscilloscopes, waveform generators and soldering workstations.
- This module enables you to explore concepts that underpin analogue and digital electronics, including implementing and measuring the performance of systems.
- Ability to apply and integrate knowledge and understanding of other engineering disciplines to support study of computer systems engineering particularly through student led practical project design .
You will conduct in-depth work on a substantial issue, including researching and analysing the problem and finding and realising a solution. Foundations in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence recognises exciting innovations are being built which increasingly automate our world. The foundations of the fields of robotics and artificial intelligence have roots in the work of Alan Turing, investigating the boundary between human intelligence and computers. This module examines how artificial intelligence techniques and principles from biological systems can be applied to robots to control behaviour and sense environments. You will develop your expertise in various aspects of robotic programming, including using multi-sensors to collect environmental measurements, designing control strategies and making smart decisions by finding optimal solutions.
If you wish to undertake the optional study abroad/placement year, you will take either the Placement Year module or the Study Abroad Year module which both typically run for a full academic year between years 2 and 3 of your course. However, we encourage international students to confirm their placements earlier to ensure they are able to meet any applicable visa requirements. This three-year degree will give you the opportunity to develop an in-depth knowledge of computer engineering. You’ll be equipped with the programming skills and the practical skills you need to combine software and hardware that will enable you to integrate computer systems into a wide range of electronic systems. For a student studying full time, each academic year of the programme will comprise 1200 learning hours which include both direct contact hours and private study hours. The precise breakdown of hours will be subject dependent and will vary according to modules.
For Entry In Academic Year 2022
The module culminates in an independent construction project that will require all of your skills together – past projects have included creating audio speaker circuits and infra-red remote controls. All our first-year students take part in the faculty’s Global Engineering Challenge, working with students from other engineering disciplines to solve a real-world problem. All second years get to work on a week-long project devised by one of our industry partners.
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.
Our beautiful green campus offers a student-friendly setting in which to live and study, within easy reach of the action in the city centre. It’s easy to get around campus – everything is within walking or pedalling distance, or you can always use the fast and frequent bus service. We have a number of departmental scholarshipsopen to all Year 1 students, including “Academic Excellence”, “Widening Participation”, “Engaging in Engineering” and “International Academic Excellence” scholarships. Many of the projects on offer are closely aligned to our current research, giving you the chance to work alongside world-class academics at the forefront of the field.
Our world relies on reliable and secure electricity supplies, this module will introduce you to the concepts and challenges faced in generating traditional and renewable electrical energy. The work will be lab-based and undertaken in project weeks giving you a break from lectures in each semester. On average, you will have around 20 contact hours a week in year one and two. Combined with coursework and self-study, you may spend over 40 hours a week on your studies.
Students with afour year bachelor degreemay be considered for entry to a postgraduate degree programme. Students with a bachelor degree of at least three years duration followed by a master’s degree of one or two years duration may also be considered for postgraduate entry. Holders of a Bachelors degree from a recognised university in Iran with a minimum of 14/20 or 70% will be considered for entry to taught postgraduate taught programmes.
The standard professional memberships attached to accredited courses are covered by your tuition fees. You are welcome to take up additional professional memberships at your own cost. There is a range of financial support options available to support your studies, including the award for study resources that many full-time students will receive. A common first year across Engineering courses results in large lecture groups of 100+ students.