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Bristol and the surrounding area host a thriving and world-renowned semiconductor design industry. The different groups involved in microelectronics research at the University of Bristol have many collaborative links with multinational companies in the microelectronics industry. These organisations have identified a shortfall in graduates with the necessary qualifications and professional skills to work in the sector, so this programme has been designed to meet this need.
A range of taught subjects cover core topics, such as digital and analogue ASIC design, DSP and FPGA-based computing, integrated sensors and actuators, radio-frequency and mixed-signal design. Changes are made periodically to reflect important emerging disciplines, such as electronics for the
An upper second-class honours degree (or international equivalent) in electrical and electronic engineering, computer systems engineering, or a related discipline in engineering or the physical sciences, with foundational knowledge in digital logic, computer architecture, digital and analogue transistor-level circuits, programming, and signals and systems.
When I was researching in order to select the best University and program accordingly to my interests, I selected the University of Bristol because of three main factors. Its high reputation education quality mainly in my area of interest (Electronics and Computer Science), the right program accordingly to my interests and the life quality for students living in Bristol. I have funding from my government's country (CONACYT).
The University of Bristol is not only a highly-rated place to study and learn content from staff with high teaching quality, but it also a community where you can live, make friends, learn about different cultures but mostly enrich oneself of the people who come here with same aims and ideals
One of the things that I like most, is the fact that Bristol is a student city, so it is really easy to find people with similar interests from all over the world and because it is not a big city, you can find and do many things easily. I like the easy availability of housing and services against trying to get accommodation by our own.
The University is not only buildings with rooms and staff, but it is a "city" within the Bristol city when you can share experiences with people you met all over the world.
I'm most grateful for the fact that when we arrived in the first weeks, we were surrounded with many International welcome events, where we were able to meet people; people that today are my friends and we have shared many experiences during this time.
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