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Electronic and Electrical Engineering - MSc (Eng)


University of Leeds    School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering

Full time September MSc 1 year full time

About the course

Commercial products today combine many technologies, and industry is increasingly interdisciplinary. The Electronic and Electrical Engineering masters course meets this demand, giving you an interdisciplinary knowledge base in modern electronics including power, communications, control and embedded processors.

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Entry Requirements

A bachelor degree with a 2:1 (hons) in electronic/electrical engineering, mechatronics, computing or a related subject. Applicants should have high marks in relevant modules such as electronic/electrical engineering.

A bachelor degree with a first class (hons) in physics, physical sciences or mathematics.

We accept a range of international equivalent qualifications. For more information please contact the Admissions Team.


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Qing Liu

Qing graduated with a masters degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering in 2015. He is currently working as a Product Manager at Hisense UK Ltd based in Leeds, UK.

Qing completed his undergraduate degree in Automation. When applying to continue his studies at a postgraduate level, he applied to quite a few institutions and had offers from several British universities. He finally decided on Leeds because of Leeds’ academic reputation – being the Top 100 university in the world, as well as the School’s reputation in Electronic and Electrical Engineering. Qing said, “Besides, the university is highly comprehensive, which I believed would help broaded my horizon in various aspects.”

“Apart from the high quality teaching, the best aspect of the course was the opportunity to work in practical projects in state-of-the art teaching labs with modern first-class equipment, as well as working with innovative group of peers with a range of technical background. Though my course had essential core modules, we also had the opportunity to choose from a range of optional modules which gave us the chance to broaden our study and research in our own interested subject areas.”

“Studying at the University of Leeds has certainly been one of the best learning experience I’ve had in the past years. With the quality of teaching and reputation of the university, I have been able to gained the skills and knowledge to enable me to build my career as an engineer. Furthermore, as a lively and multicultural city, Leeds has given me a lot of chance to meet and make friends from various countries and cultures, which has certainly enhanced my communication skills in an international environment. I’ve really enjoyed the wonderful student life in this vibrant city that I since returned to Leeds to carry on building my career.”

Read the full case study here - https://eps.leeds.ac.uk/electronic-engineering-masters/dir-record/student-alumni-profiles/4251/qing-liu

Saad Ahmed Khan

Saad graduated with a masters degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering in 2018. He is currently a manager working at DrillTech Corporation.

Saad chose to pursue his masters degree in Electronic and Electrical engineering from the University of Leeds because he felt the course was an up-to-date programme covering broad engineering topics. He was able to study modules related to novel technologies like renewable energy, medical electronics and embedded systems which other institutions did not offer.

He said, “The best aspect of the course was we had the opportunity to work on projects in every module. This meant that everything we learned wasn’t just theoretical knowledge, as the project work helped challenged myself and my peers to implement the engineering concepts practically. This method of teaching gave me the confidence that my theoretical concepts are applicable in real engineering fields.”

Read more about his experience https://eps.leeds.ac.uk/electronic-engineering-masters/dir-record/student-alumni-profiles/4250/saad-ahmed-khan

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