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. Our Electronic and Computer Engineering course provides strong theoretical grounding in the factors that will form the future of electronic, microelectronics and computer systems. This is a traditional and broad-based course. From calculators to supercomputers, from telephones to global satellite communications, from dynamos to the national grid, you’ll gain key knowledge and understanding. You’ll do plenty of practical work, using our laboratory facilities in electronics, sensors, computer systems, computer networks and signal processing. You’ll also have the opportunity to specialise in communications systems in your final year. You’ll be taught in lectures, laboratory sessions, workshops and small group tutorials. You’ll 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. Our course will give you the design, analytical and transferable creative and leadership skills to play a leading role in the dynamic and rapidly expanding technological industries. Our graduates have gone on to work for prestigious organisations including BBC, Intel, Philips, Siemens, 3M and a variety of engineering companies.