BEng (Hons) in Electronic Engineering (Microelectronics) - (Top-up) - Birmingham City University (Part-time)

Provided by Auston Institute of Management

Course introduction


About Birmingham City University
Birmingham City University is a vibrant and multicultural university in the heart of a modern and diverse city. We welcome many international students every year – there are currently students from more than 80 countries among our student community.
Our reputation for excellence is soaring globally, thanks to the superb links we forge with industry and our focus on practical, vocational learning.
Birmingham City University is also one of the largest universities in the UK. It has 6 academic faculties offering over 350 courses, from foundation level, through undergraduate degree programmes, to taught Master’s courses and research doctorates.
The University is ranked in the Top 60 in the Complete University Guide (2014) and Top 30 by the Sunday Times University Guide (2013) for placing students in graduate-level jobs. The University is also the Times Higher Education award winner for Best International Strategy (2011) and Outstanding Support for Students (2010).
Today, the Faculty of Technology, Engineering and Environment (TEE) comprises of four schools that, together, are able to respond dynamically to the multiple modern technological challenges posed by fast-paced industries. Their shared vision is to create a powerful center of technological excellence and innovation, to educate to the highest quality in technologies and engineering and equip students with the technical skills to contribute to the workplace as well as to the wider industry.
Course Synopsis
This programme aims to provide a stimulating and rewarding learning experience which develops knowledge of technology allied to design and build experience, problem solving skills, and team-working ability, pertinent to careers involving electronics.
You will gain an understanding of commercial, legal, ethical and environmental factors associated with electronic engineering, and you’ll be encouraged to develop transferable and key skills applicable to employment and continuing professional development.
The programme also leads to a qualification that satisfies the academic requirements for the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET). CEng status, which is an internationally recognised professional body.
Digital Signal Processing
Project Management and Professional Practice
Analogue Microelectronics
Digital Microelectronics
Embedded Systems Design
Individual Project
Full-Time: 8 months
Part-Time: 12 months
March, July, October

Fees & Funding

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