By studying one of our electronic and electrical engineering courses, you’ll learn the technical skills sought after by the engineering industry to make you stand out from the rest.
With a good mix of theoretical and practical lessons in building robotics, testing power systems, broadcasting sensors and more you’ll apply your skills and see how it works within a professional environment.
Your degree will cover key electronic and electrical engineering modules and allow you develop skills in project management, presenting and preparing for the job market through multi-disciplinary team projects.
Our annual Brunel Engineers showcase gives you the opportunity to show off your talent to the industry with your project. It’s a great way of getting your CV and profile known to the industry professionals when looking at future career opportunities. Take a look at our highlights from last year’s show.
At Brunel, we highly value the role of practical learning so that it is applied to real-life situations. Our teaching staff bring their research into your lessons so that you have a broad range of topics to work with such as robotics and digital communication systems.
Our courses use industry leading software, and with support of expert academics, you’ll use these to develop critical, theoretical and analytical skills which will prepare you for a range of electrical engineering jobs and other careers.
Giving you the skills you need to succeed as an engineering graduate