|Study location||United Kingdom, Liverpool|
|Type||Bachelor courses, full-time|
|Nominal duration||3 years|
|Tuition fee||To be confirmed|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
- good results in Mathematics
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
IELTS: 6.0 (with a minimum of 5.5 in each band)
At least 1 reference(s) must be provided.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
There are a diverse range of career opportunities available to graduates of this degree programme. You may be responsible for the planning of the electricity distribution network, or you may be designing the electronics of the next ‘must have’ item, you are also not limited to a career in engineering. Other employers actively seek engineers for their mixture of numerical ability and practical problem solving skills. Practical work is a key ingredient in this programme with one day per week timetabled in our well-equipped modern laboratories during the first two years. In the final year you will do a major individual project that is either linked to research work or has some industrial relevance. A very wide range of projects are offered.
Lecture modules also reflect the broad based nature of this degree. In the first year, subjects covered range from Digital Electronics and Electronics Circuits through to Electromagnetism and Electromechanics. A similar range of modules are covered in the second year.
In the final year you will be able to choose a specialisation from Electrical Engineering; Electrical and Electronic Engineering; Electronics; Electronic and Communication Engineering.
Electrical Engineering is not simply about producing and transmitting electrical energy, it is also about how it is used. In both its transmission and usage there are significant and increasing challenges facing Electrical Engineers; many of these are related to sustainability and the environment. Over the last decade there has been an increase in the generation of electrical energy from greener sources (eg wind, wave, solar etc.) and more efficient consumer products with increased electronics and software.
Electrical and Electronic Engineering is the broadest of the four specialisations and will allow you to choose lecture modules from an extensive list of about 25 options including subjects as diverse as Power Generation and Transmission, Antennas and Digital Systems Design with Verilog.
The Electronics specialisation will prepare you for the world of modern electronics. The Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics is particularly strong in electronics with research groups in solid state silicon electronics, molecular electronics and BioNanoElectronics. The Department also has excellent links with the electronics industry; for example ARM Ltd, who design the microprocessors that go into 90% of all mobile phones, have supported the Department through donations (from the Founding CEO and Chairman, Sir Robin Saxby, an electronics graduate from the University of Liverpool), summer work placements, ideas for project work and, most significantly, employment for many recent graduates.
It is an exciting time for the Electronic and Communications industry. New and innovative products are coming out every day. The rapid growth of the wireless market is fuelled by technological innovation. The current wireless communication systems include 3G mobile phones, Bluetooth, wireless local area network (WLAN), and Wi-Fi. More exciting wireless systems and technologies (such as WiMAX and 4G) are emerging all the time. This programme is designed for those students with an interest in communications engineering and associated electronics. It covers a wide range of topics in Electronic and Communications engineering. You will not only learn how a communication system works, but also understand what electronic components are required for such a system.
Programme Year One
Digital and Integrated Electronics Design
Electrical Circuits and System
Experimental Skills/Engineering Skills
Electromechanics and Electromagnetism
Programme Year Two
Signals and Systems
Electronic Circuits and Systems
Instrumentation and Control
Digital Electronics and Microprocessor Systems
Electrical Circuits and Power Systems
CMOS Integrated Circuits
Programme Year Three
You do a major individual project that is either linked to research work or has some industrial relevance. A very wide range of projects are offered so that you can select one that interests you. Other modules are studied which reflect your personal interest. This provides an opportunity either to focus on your preferred specialisation or to keep your options open with a broad range of suitable modules. The only compulsory module is Project Management. You select several modules from:
Embedded Computer Systems
Signal Processing and Digital Filtering
Digital System Design
Electronics for Instrumentation and Communications
Integrated Circuits – Concepts and Design
Application Development with C++
Photonics & Optical Information Systems
Image Processing and Pattern Recognition
Digital Control and Optimisation
Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution
RF Engineering and Applied Electromagnetics
Digital and Wireless Communications
Also, up to two modules can be chosen from:
Advanced Modern Management
Total Quality Management
Our degrees have excellent career prospects: 90% of graduates go on to graduate level jobs. Graduate employers include Siemens, BAE Systems, BT and Guardian Media Group. Careers are many and varied and include Design Engineer, Systems Engineer, Medical Physicist, Postdoctoral Research Scientist and Radio Frequency Scientist. Some of our graduates go on to work in the industrial sector, in government and in education, whilst others enter non-technical professions such as banking, accountancy, management and law.
We are currently NOT ACCEPTING applications from NON-EU countries, except Georgia and Serbia.