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  Analogue and Digital Integrated Circuit Design - MSc


Imperial College London    Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Full time September MSc 1 year full-time
Engineering (12)

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Imperial College London offers the prestigious MSc in Analogue and Digital Integrated Circuit Design, a programme tailored for aspiring integrated circuit (IC) designers. This course provides a comprehensive blend of analogue and digital IC design, covering topics such as Analogue Integrated Circuits, Full-Custom Integrated Circuit Design, Advanced Digital System Design, and more. Students will engage in practical laboratory sessions, tutorials, and an individual research project to hone their skills. The programme is accredited by the IET and the Engineering Council, ensuring industry recognition. Graduates will develop core knowledge in analogue, mixed signal, and digital circuits, equipping them for successful careers in various sectors. The entry requirements include a minimum of a First-class Honours degree in electrical/electronic engineering or a related field. Join this programme to gain expertise, practical skills, and industry recognition in the field of integrated circuit design at one of the UK's leading institutions.

About the course

Gain experience in the practical issues of device-level design and system-level performance requirements.

  • Get industry recognition with an accredited degree, awarded on behalf of the Engineering Council
  • Carry out an individual research project in an area of your interest

Aimed at future integrated circuit (IC) designers, this course takes a balanced approach to both analogue and digital IC design.

Through a blend of lectures, tutorials and practical laboratory sessions, you'll develop your knowledge of analogue, mixed signal, and digital circuits.

You'll consider the practical issues of device-level design and system-level performance requirements, as well as examine low power circuits and embedded systems.

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Entry Requirements

First class Honours (minimum of 75% overall) in electrical/electronic engineering or a related subject with a substantial electrical/electronic engineering component.




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