Broadband and Optical Communications - MSc


Bangor University College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering

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Full time & Part time September MSc 1 year full-time; 2 years part-time

About the course

This course aims to give suitable graduates an in-depth understanding of the technology, and the drivers for the technology, in the area of Broadband and mobile communications. The course will also provide exposure to current research activity in the field.

Upon completing of the course, students will have a detailed understanding of the current practices and directions in this topic, and will be able to apply them to the task of continuing the roll-out of advanced communication services across the globe.

Student Study Support

All students are assigned a designated supervisor, an academic member of staff who will provide formal supervision and support on a daily basis.

The School’s Director of Graduate Studies will ensure that the appropriate level of support and guidance is available for all

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Entry Requirements

This degree is aimed at candidates who have gained a minimum good 2(ii) in Electronic Engineering.

IELTS: 6.0 is required (no element below 5.5).


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07 November 2020
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Anoop Menachery

265.jpg Anoop Menachery studied MSc Nanotechnology and Microfabrication at Bangor University before continuing to undertake a PhD at the School of Electronic Engineering

"I came to Bangor in 2003 to pursue an MSc in Nanotechnology and Microfabrication.

"Bangor University was one of the few universities offering such a course with so much hands-on experience in the clean room. The course gave me an in-depth understanding of the field of microtechnologies. The staff at the School of Electronic Engineering provided fantastic support and mentoring. I thoroughly enjoyed my Masters Course primarily because of the enthusiasm of my teachers.

"I am now studying for a PhD in the area of Nanobiotechnology. This area involves the use of micro-nanobiologies to scale down current medical laboratory practices thereby increasing processing efficiency. My area of research involves both experimental and theoretical studies which makes it all the more interesting. The last few years have been both intellectually stimulating and great fun. Besides studying at a friendly University, Bangor and its surrounding areas has a lot to offer people who, like me love the outdoors."



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