Masters | Postgraduate Course - Electronic Engineering (Euromasters) MSc Course Details within University of Surrey

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Electronic Engineering (Euromasters) MSc

Study Details

MSc: 2 years full-time

Why choose this course

Surrey has an international reputation in forward-thinking areas such as nanotechnology, satellite engineering, future 5G communications and artificial intelligence. 

You’d be joining our MSc in Electronic Engineering (Euromasters) course at a very exciting time. Our course mirrors the two-year masters course that is common elsewhere in Europe and in the USA, and it aims to develop your professional skills for industry. 

High-performing students have the opportunity to find a professional placement or internship, enabling them to boost their CV by demonstrating industrial work experience not offered by the standard one-year masters course.

What you will study

Our two-year MSc in Electronic Engineering (Euromasters) is great choice if you are interested in gaining further qualifications in advanced technology and related techniques. It enables you to choose from a wide range of stimulating modules offered by the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

Our course includes an enhanced project where you may have the opportunity to develop publishable or patentable work, as well as training in transferable skills including business awareness and management. 

The course will also teach you advanced technical content in the specialised areas of electronic engineering, and your learning will be closely aligned with internationally recognised research conducted in the department.

Module details

 Year 1 (full-time)

  • ANTENNAS AND PROPAGATION Optional
  • APPLIED MATHEMATICS FOR COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Optional
  • COMPUTER VISION AND PATTERN RECOGNITION Optional
  • DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS Optional
  • FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING Optional
  • FUNDAMENTALS OF MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS Optional
  • IMAGE PROCESSING AND DEEP LEARNING Optional
  • INTERNET OF THINGS Optional
  • NANOFABRICATION AND CHARACTERISATION Optional
  • NANOSCIENCE & NANOTECHNOLOGY Optional
  • PRINCIPLES OF TELECOM AND PACKET NETWORKS Optional
  • RF AND MICROWAVE FUNDAMENTALS Optional
  • RF SYSTEMS AND CIRCUIT DESIGN Optional
  • SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS FUNDAMENTALS Optional
  • SATELLITE REMOTE SENSING Optional
  • SPACE AVIONICS Optional
  • SPACE DYNAMICS AND MISSIONS Optional
  • SPACE ROBOTICS AND AUTONOMY Optional
  • SPACE SYSTEM DESIGN Optional
  • SPEECH & AUDIO PROCESSING & RECOGNITION Optional
  • ADVANCED 5G WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES Optional
  • ADVANCED GUIDANCE, NAVIGATION AND CONTROL Optional
  • ADVANCED MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS Optional
  • ADVANCED SATELLITE COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES Optional
  • ADVANCED SIGNAL PROCESSING Optional
  • AI AND AI PROGRAMMING Optional
  • DATA & INTERNET NETWORKING Optional
  • DIGITAL DESIGN WITH VHDL Optional
  • IMAGE AND VIDEO COMPRESSION Optional
  • LAUNCH VEHICLES & PROPULSION Optional
  • MEDIACASTING Optional
  • MICROWAVE DESIGN TECHNIQUES Optional
  • MOBILE APPLICATIONS AND WEB SERVICES Optional
  • NANOELECTRONICS & DEVICES Optional
  • NETWORK AND SERVICE MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL Optional
  • OPERATING SYSTEM FOR MOBILE SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING Optional
  • RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES Optional
  • SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES AND OPTOELECTRONICS Optional
  • SPACE ENVIRONMENT AND PROTECTION Optional
  • SPACECRAFT STRUCTURES AND MECHANISMS Optional

Optional modules for Year 1 (full-time) - FHEQ Levels 6 and 7
 
A full-time student must choose:

  • FOUR in Semester 1
  • FOUR in Semester 2
  • Students must not choose more than two FHEQ Level 6 modules in total.

Entry Requirements

A minimum of a 2:2 UK honours degree in either Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electronic and Computer Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Mathematics, Physics or Telecommunication Engineering, or a recognised equivalent international qualification. We'll also consider relevant work experience if you don't meet these requirements.