Electrical and Electronic Engineering MEng
COURSE INFORMATION (2013 ENTRY)
6 years part-timeEngineering and Environment
Pandon Building, Newcastle City Campus
Do you want to be at the forefront of technology developments? Are you able to think both creatively and logically in order to solve problems? Do you enjoy exploring the practical applications of technology? If so, then the Electrical and Electronic Engineering course might be just what you’re looking for...
Electrical and electronic engineering is fundamentally important for the creation of products which improve quality of life. This part-time, integrated Masters programme has a strong focus on practical applications such as renewable energy and digital communications. Not only are these areas key to the UK’s future economic prosperity, they are also areas where Northumbria's expertise is internationally leading.
The MEng programme follows the BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering syllabus, with the addition of two years, extending and deepening your knowledge and skills at Masters level. You will attend the University’s City Campus in the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne for one day per week, and will normally be working within a local company.
LEARNING AND TEACHING METHODS
The University offers a range of teaching and support services for students, which include:
• Access to a virtual interactive learning environment (eLearning Portal).
• Friendly dedicated student support team within the School.
• Full induction programme during Welcome Week, including an International Induction Programme.
• Underpinning support provided by central University support services, including: Student Counselling Service; Academic Skills Support; International Office; Disabilities Service; Student Wellbeing; Library and Learning Services; Accommodation Service; and IT Support.
• Teaching which is delivered through a balanced programme of lectures, seminars and practical workshops. Assessment is varied and may include written assignments, examinations, oral presentations and the creation of physical products.
The MEng is favoured by employers and satisfies the academic requirements for Chartered Engineer (CEng) status.
orthumbria has an excellent track record in graduate employment and furthermore there is currently a strong demand for Electrical and Electronic Engineers both in the UK and internationally. The integrated Masters ensures that you meet all of the academic requirements to qualify for CEng status. It also puts you in an excellent position to apply for promotion in your organisation, allowing you to acquire the professional experience required to gain full accreditation.
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