The electronic communications sector encompasses a wide range of technologies from fibre-optics to mobile technology, from satellite engineering to the Internet, and including emerging areas such as the Internet of Things. Advances are continually made not only in the transmission of data via cable, fibre and increasingly by radio, but also in new protocols and methods of representing video, images and audio as data. This is a fast-paced, technologically complex world of global-scale projects and ever-increasing demands for solutions and innovation. To succeed in such an environment, graduates need to be knowledgeable, highly-skilled, professional and adept at communication and project management.
As with all our undergraduate degrees, the MEng Electronic and Communication Engineering is fully accredited by the Institute of Engineering and Technology, and satisfies the educational requirements for becoming a Chartered Engineer.
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York is such a beautiful city, with loads of pubs and little cafes to hide from lectures in! Betty's in the centre of town is my guilty pleasure - amazing cakes and tea, may break the loan though! The nightlife is unreal too with loads of great pubs, clubs and some hidden treasures if you know where to look - prawn crackers at the Willow.... The teachers are really committed and supportive, and the SU were dedicated to helping students out, with a great support structure for students.
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