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Set yourself apart from the rest of your peers and define your career path by studying for a Masters degree in the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at Leeds, one of the UK’s leading universities. We’re top 100 in the world for engineering and technology, and one of the largest engineering groupings in the UK.
Many of our courses are accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), meaning you’ll be highly sought-after be employers and will be equipped with the latest skills and be well-placed to succeed in industry.
You’ll benefit from our School’s long-established links with industry in the UK and overseas, which is one of the many reasons why our graduates are in demand by employers such as AECOM, Broadcom, Cisco, Intel Corporation and Network Rail.
“The best aspect has been the facilities and the faculty support system. The modules cover a variety of topics and are structured in a way that balances theoretical and practical work. There is a positive learning environment. The libraries, well-equipped labs, and 24-hour computer clusters and a supportive faculty are excellent aids in encouraging learning.”
– Reshmy Prasad, MSc Electrical Engineering and Renewable Energy Systems
“During my search for a place to do my Masters, I was looking for a university with high academic standard and especially in electrical engineering, qualified and outstanding academic staff who are passionate to impart knowledge, well equipped laboratories with state-of-art equipment, outstanding research performance in the field of electrical engineering, and world class library… And, all these qualities I found with the University of Leeds.”
– Yemi Ojo, MSc Electrical Engineering and Renewable Energy Systems
“After working in the industry for some time as an electrical engineer, I decided that getting a MSc degree would help me gain the expertise required for more research-oriented roles. I chose the University of Leeds because the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering is a prestigious school offering many exciting research directions that I can possibly follow.”
- Nursel Dogar, MSc in Electronic and Electrical Engineering