Electronic and Electrical Engineering Postgraduate Taught and Research Courses – funding options available

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Why Swansea University?

100% world-leading and internationally excellent environment – Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021

Explore the cutting-edge realm of Electronic and Electrical Engineering through our comprehensive Postgraduate Taught and Research Courses at Swansea University, with diverse funding options to support your academic journey. We are a department of global distinction, housing internationally renowned research experts in power electronics, telecommunications, nanotechnology, and biometrics.

Our graduates are excellently positioned for fulfilling employment prospects in roles such as Broadcast Engineer, Control and Instrumentation Engineer, Electrical Engineer, IT Consultant, Network Engineer, Systems Analyst, Multimedia Programmer, Technical Author, and Technical Sales Engineer.

High Quality Teaching

You will be taught by world-leading researchers and experts, including Dr Vincent Teng whose research interest is in the study of nanoscale electronic materials and devices. This involves research into low-dimensional electronic materials, such as graphene, metal-oxide and nitride nanostructures etc, in the development of novel devices for applications in healthcare, optoelectronics and energy technologies.

Exceptional Facilities

We have multiple teaching and research spaces for students. The main Electrical lab has desk space for 96 students and we have spent £750,000 on our equipment and facilities for Electrical students. We have separate labs for Bachelor’s and Master’s students, which is suited for the kind of work and research taking place on the different courses.

Links With Industry

Some notable companies that we have links with and our graduates have gone on to work for include Intel, BAE Systems, Ministry of Defence, and BBC. From Power Electronics to NanoElectronics shaping our future, Electrical Engineers can work on a wide range of components, devices and systems, from tiny microchips to huge power station generators, so it’s a very challenging but also diverse field.

Find Your Perfect Course

Your Postgraduate Community

Engineering at Swansea offers a wealth of opportunities. Our diverse community of postgraduate students and research staff, coupled with expertise across various domains and a commitment to championing equality, diversity, and inclusivity, fosters a dynamic and inspiring environment for your studies.

Funding – Scholarships & Bursaries

We understand that the cost of your studies is one of the most important factors when deciding on a postgraduate degree. That’s why we offered over £12 million in postgraduate scholarships last year. Find out what funding opportunities may be available to you.


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Who is eligible to apply?

UK, EU and International Students.

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