Masters taught programmes

The standard degree programmes run from October for 12 months. To obtain an MSc the taught component and the project must both be passed.

Communications Engineering and Networks Masters/MSc Apply now
Electrical Power Systems Masters/MSc Apply now
Electrical Power Systems with Advanced Research Masters/MSc (Two Year) Apply now
Electronic and Computer Engineering Masters/MSc Apply now
RF and Microwave Engineering Masters/MSc Apply now

For further information consult the FAQ page or contact postgraduate admissions.

Patterns of study

The majority of students study our taught Masters programmes full-time. Our programmes are also suitable for practising engineers who wish to study part-time or take a single module to earn Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points. In most cases a module is completed in three-day sessions allowing you to complete one topic at a time. Following each session of lectures there is an opportunity for you to deepen your understanding through private study and assignments.

For more information on part time study view the document Guidance for Part Time Study on the M.Sc. Programmes, Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering (PDF 17 KB).