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Electronic Engineering Degrees

Electronic systems play a vital role in almost all aspects of our everyday life and are the power behind the 'information revolution' that is increasingly impacting on all our lives.

Electronic Engineers play a pivotal role in the design and manufacture of a vast range of products and systems from smart phones to communications satellites and from personal computers to medical diagnostic systems. These have been made possible by a remarkable combination of scientific and technical innovations that encompass both the design and development of physical systems (hardware) and in many cases the programs that define their operation (software).

All Electronic Engineers need skills in the areas of design, analysis, information engineering and management.

Our courses develop these by the use of a range of modern learning and teaching techniques that are used throughout all years of the course. Project work plays a unifying role in all years, bringing together technical and analytical material, developing design skills and encouraging innovation. An example of the project work is the instrumentation and launch of a rocket in the second year ‘Electronic Design’ module.

At Warwick teaching and project work build on the considerable research strengths within the school in areas such as communications, media technology, microcomputer systems, signal processing, smart sensors and novel semiconductor devices. This research expertise, together with our considerable industrial collaboration, keeps our courses at the leading edge of electronics.

Degrees offered

3-years Full Time:

H610 BEng Electronic Engineering

4-years Full Time:

H612 MEng Electronic Engineering
H612 MEng Electronic Engineering with Business Management
H612 MEng Electronic Engineering with Communications

Our Electronic Engineering degrees in more detail

5-years 3:1:1 Courses:

H612 MEng Electronic Engineering with an Intercalated Year
H612 MEng Electronic Engineering with a Year in Research