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  MEngSc Electronic & Computer Engineering

University College Dublin    UCD School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Full time September Other Full-time: 1 year
Engineering (12)

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Are you ready to take your engineering career to the next level? Look no further than the MEngSc in Electronic & Computer Engineering at Ireland's top-notch university. This year-long programme is specially designed to meet the demands of the high-tech industry, offering advanced training in electronic and computer systems. With modules covering design, innovation, and problem-solving, you'll gain a deep understanding of the theory and technology behind modern electronic engineering. Plus, with Ireland being a global hub for ICT companies, job opportunities are plentiful. So, if you have an honours degree in Electrical, Electronic, or Computer Engineering, don't miss this chance to excel in the industry.

About the course

Graduate Taught (level 9 nfq, credits 90)

Ireland has evolved into one of the world’s most important centres for high-tech businesses. The ICT sector in Ireland is a thriving and growing industry with 9 of the top 10 global ICT companies maintaining a presence in Ireland. The economic contribution of the sector is substantial with the ICT industry currently responsible for approximately 25% of Ireland’s total turnover, representing one-third of Ireland’s exports by value. The MEngSc in Electronic & Computer Engineering is a year-long programme designed to meet the demands of modern high technology industries and to provide training for engineers who wish to work at a high level in the electronic and computer sectors worldwide. You will develop an advanced understanding of the theory and technology of modern electronic and computer systems and their business environment. You will build your knowledge through taught modules and project work and you will learn about design, innovation and problem solving at a level significantly beyond that of your primary degree.

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Entry Requirements

- An honours undergraduate degree (NFQ Level 8 ) with a minimum upper second class honours or international equivalent in an Electrical, Electronic or Computer Engineering programme is required.

- Applicants whose first language is not English must also demonstrate English language proficiency of IELTS 6.5 (no band less than 6.0 in each element), or equivalent.

- Students meeting the programme’s academic entry requirements but not the English language requirements, may enter the programme upon successful completion of UCD’s Pre-Sessional or International Pre-Master’s Pathway programmes.

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Student Profile

Sudharsan Rajasekaran

"I was working as an assistant software engineer in India, having obtained my bachelor degree in electronic engineering. I had a thirst to further my education in technology engineering and as such, I started searching for a Masters level education choosing to do the MEngSc Electronic and Computer engineering at UCD. During my course I was taught with problems that industries are currently facing, making it incredibly relevant. The course was quite brilliantly structured between hardware (Electronics) and software (Computer Science), designed in a way to learn by practice, offering me the confidence to face today’s industrial demands. The course also offered a module on entrepreneurship which I believe to be incredibly important for my future Engineering career. Right now I am working alongside leading researchers for my master’s project which is guiding me on the right career path and I truly believe that I will be one among tomorrow's Industrial leader’s".

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