MEng Electronic Engineering & Computer ScienceAston University
Preço a consultar
- Birmingham (Reino Unido)
O que se aprende nesse curso?
4 years full-time with integrated placement year (fast-track)
UCAS Code: GH64
Typical offer level
A Level: AAB-AAA
BTEC National Diploma: DDD in relevant National Diploma (including A Level Maths at Grade B)
IB: 34 points (including minimum Grade 6 in Maths and Physics at Higher Level)
Specific subject requirements
A Level: Maths and Physics required but will consider Electronics if Physics is not studied at A-Level.
GCSE: English and Maths Grade C.
More on Admissions Policy
Applicants whose first language is not English will be required to provide evidence of an English language qualification. Find out more about our English language requirements
£9,000 for UK/EU students (2016/17)
£16,850 for Outside EU students (2016/17) More on fees
As this course contains an integrated placement year which includes academic modules taken in a distance learning format, the placement year fee will be £4,500. More on fees
This ground-breaking, fast-track, higher level qualification allows to you gain an MEng qualification in 4 years, rather than the traditional 5-year path, making it a more time and cost-effective choice. Designed to stretch our top students, it also includes a 12-month industrial placement, giving you the opportunity to study electronics and computer science more deeply than at BEng level while also gaining valuable industry experience.
Digital electronics and computer systems are pervasive in commerce, industry and the home and have an ever increasing impact on the way we work and live. They form one of the most rapidly changing and influential technologies in modern society. To gain the competitive edge over its global rivals British industry and commerce needs trained computer systems engineers with skills in both hardware and software who can assess, contribute to, harness and influence the growth of information technology.
The design of this innovative course emphasises ‘doing’ as well as ‘knowing’, helping you to develop essential practical, intellectual, business and communication skills. This ‘real world’ approach, combined with the beneficial experience you will gain during your placement, will give you a clear competitive edge in the search for graduate employment