FAQ In 'Undergraduate degrees' Undergraduate degreesScholarshipsWhat our students say...International studentsContact usWhy study at the University of Birmingham?Hot Topics in Electronic and Electrical EngineeringCollaborative Teaching LaboratoryPathways into engineeringDownload the brochureAfter graduationOpen daysApplicant visit daysGraduate career profilesFurther informationFAQOur Community Back to 'Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering' Q1. Are any scholarships available? Yes. Several scholarships are available from the University and the Department of Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering. Home students can find out about University and Department scholarships online. International students can find out about University and Department scholarships online. Q2. Can I hold both a University scholarship and an engineering scholarship at the same time? Providing you meet the relevant criteria, yes. Q3. Can entry be deferred? Yes. Entry may be deferred for a year. You should inform the undergraduate admissions office (firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as possible if you wish to defer entry. Q4. When does the course begin? Our courses begin at the start of the autumn term (late September or early August, see the term dates page for the exact year-by-year schedule). It is not possible to start the course at any other time of the year. Q5. Can I visit the Department to help me make a decision? We run applicant visit days throughout the year which cater for both students and their parents. For more information see applicant visit day. Q6. How do I apply? All applications should be made through UCAS. This can be done through their website, www.ucas.com. Q7. How much does it cost to study here? Current fees and funding information can be found on the undergraduate fees and funding page.