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Engineering Technology and Business Management - MSc (Eng)

University of Leeds    School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering

Full time September MSc 1 year full time

About the course

A programme developed for graduates in electronic engineering or similar subjects, the Engineering Technology and Business Management masters course will prepare you to become a senior manager or entrepreneur in global companies, where understanding technology and managing innovation in business are key to success.

The course is jointly delivered by the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering and Leeds University Business School, allowing you to select optional modules from different electronic and electrical engineering and business themes, giving you the opportunity to build up specialist knowledge in areas that align with your interests and career aspirations.

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Entry Requirements

A bachelor degree with a 2:1 (hons) in electronic/electrical engineering, communications engineering, informatics, computing, mechatronics, or a related engineering subject.

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

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

 Course Content

Where is University of Leeds


Student Profile(s)

Lingli Fu

Lingli Fu (Lily) completed her Masters degree in Engineering, Technology and Business Management in 2017. She is currently working in Dyson’s Shanghai office as an IT Senior Executive.

From the very beginning, Lily knew that she would like to pursue a career in the technology industry, but with a good balance between technology and business. When she was doing her research into which course and university she wanted to attend, she found the Engineering, Technology and Business Management masters programme at Leeds to be one that ticked all the boxes.

She said, “the course was a new one when I made my application, but I found it to be very innovative and multidisciplinary, so I did not hesitate to accept my offer when it came through.

I didn’t even know much about Leeds, only that it’s a relatively big city in the UK. As the university is a single-site campus, and only a short walk from the Leeds city centre, I found it convenient to live in and made a lot of friends during my time here.”

“The programme and innovative teaching style gave me a brand new way of analysing technological trends from a different perspective. It inspired me a lot when I was thinking about my future career path.

My masters project was working on analysing Quantum Computer’s practical implementation in the near future. It was really exciting because it was an intense topic to learn about, but, my tutor, Professor Mohsen Razavi helped me a lot and was always willing to share his knowledge. He was available to give me the right guidance and advice whenever I needed it and always encouraging me to develop new ideas.”

After graduating from the University of Leeds, Lily travelled back home to China and moved to Shanghai after securing an IT graduate position at Dyson in their Shanghai office.

“The business training I received during my time at Leeds have allowed me to quickly pick up business terms used in corporations and the lectures I attended have vastly enriched my industry knowledge, so much so that I am able to learn and adapt to new technological concepts."

Read the full case study here - https://eps.leeds.ac.uk/electronic-engineering-masters/dir-record/student-alumni-profiles/4217/lingli-fu

Nikolaos Sotiriou

Nikolaos graduated with a masters degree in Engineering, Technology and Business Management from the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering in 2016. He is currently working as a Data Scientist at Lloyds Banking Group in London.

Nikolaos had alwys wanted to study in one of the best universities in the UK, and on a masters programme that would be able to provide him with the best tools for his future career. After conducting online research, he finally decided on coming to Leeds as he felt both the university and the programme satisfied his requirements.

He said “I specifically chose this masters programme because of the 50/50 ratio between Engineering and Business modules. I felt that it was most suitable for me and the course was a unique blend not offered by any other universities. Furthermore, because my undergraduate background was in Physics, this course offered me the best transition from science, to engineering and finally, to business. I felt that it covered topics that I have always been interested in and hopefully, it will inherently improve my knowledge and skills, as well as boost my self confidence.”

Read more about his experience https://eps.leeds.ac.uk/electronic-engineering-masters/dir-record/student-alumni-profiles/4253/nikolaos-sotiriou