Electronic and Computer Engineering at Brunel is part of our College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences. We are one of the largest disciplines in the university, with research contracts worth £7.5 million.
Electronic equipment and products are a vital part of our daily lives, from mobile phones and computers to highly sophisticated diagnostic equipment used in hospitals and state-of-the-art fibre optic communications systems.
Computers, telecommunication systems and consumer electronics are advancing at a fast pace. Electronic and microelectronic embedded systems are at the core of these developments and there is a rapidly growing demand for well-qualified scientists and engineers across electronic and computer engineering.
Electronic and Electrical Engineering is a traditional and broad-based course which will develop you as a well-rounded engineer with a high level of analytical and engineering design skills. You'll develop a sound knowledge of all aspects of electronic and electrical engineering and related areas and examine the future of electronics, microelectronics and computer systems. You'll use the university's well-resourced labs and facilities in electronics, sensors, computer systems, computer networks, signal processing. You'll be taught in lectures, laboratory sessions, workshops and small group tutorials. You will also have one-to-one supervision for all your project work at each level. Our open-door policy means you can drop in for a chat or you can email lecturers with your questions.
Brunel is located near many of the UK's information, engineering and telecommunications companies. This gives us a network for high-quality industry placements that is second to none. Through a placement you'll bring your studies to life, develop excellent professional experience and gain valuable industry contacts. Previous students have been placed at companies like BMW and National Grid. These professional placements are supported by our on-campus Professional Development Centre. They look great on your CV and are highly valued by employers. Our graduates are working for prestigious organisations such as Philips, Siemens and a variety of engineering companies.
Digital Systems and Microprocessors
Devices and Circuits
Engineering Science, Systems and Society
Fundamental Mathematics for Engineers
Further Engineering Mathematics
Level 1 Electronic Engineering Workshop
Problem Solving and Programming
Digital Systems Design and Reliability Engineering
Electrical Engineering and Sustainability
Engineering Group Design Project
Signals and Systems
Year 3 is an optional work placement
Design of Intelligent Systems
Digital Communication Systems
Multimedia Digital Signal Processing
Power Electronics and Systems
Renewable Energy in Power Systems
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Great staff and a mixed, international crowd of students and staff. The union offers plenty of great opportunities to volunteer and join societies that really help you experience new things and meet new people. The campus is really tight so everyone gets on and you’ll make loads of friends. Uxbridge is alright, campus wise, with Liquid and the Union doing most of your nights out and London an hour away on the train if you fancy the big city to do some shopping or the like.
Provisional for Year 1 for EU at £9,250
Provisional for Year 1 for England at £9,250
Provisional for Year 1 for Northern Ireland at £9,250
Provisional for Year 1 for Scotland at £9,250
Provisional for Year 1 for Wales at £9,250
Provisional for Year 1 for Channel Islands at £9,250
Provisional for Year 1 for International at £18,720
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