Electronic and Electrical Engineering is one of the most exciting subjects to study. From mp3 players to the internet and from global mobile phone networks to renewable energy sources, the subject defines the world around us. Electronic and Electrical Engineering graduates have the chance to work all over the world. Engineering at Swansea University has an international reputation for electronics research. Our internationally-renowned research in power electronics, telecommunications, nanotechnology and biometrics feeds back into our courses to keep them up-to-date and relevant to industry. Our Research Quality is ranked 10th in the UK by the Times and Sunday Times University Guide 2017. This degree will train you for a career in electrical, electronic, and nano-engineering in a wide range of industry sectors and give you the ability to use analytical skills and tools to solve problems relevant to the application of engineering to the electronics industry. It will also provide a foundation for you to aim for the prized Chartered Engineer status. Many of Swansea’s graduates in electronic and electrical engineering have gone on to become senior executives of multinational companies, and even multimillionaire entrepreneurs. Recent graduates have gone on to work at Ministry of Defence, Jaguar Land Rover and Babcock International. Our state-of-the-art facilities include: digital oscilloscopes; soldering stations; signal generators; electronics laboratory; pcb fabrication facility; wolfson power electronics and power systems laboratory (peps).