There are a diverse range of career opportunities available to graduates of this degree programme. You may be responsible for the planning of the electricity distribution network, or you may be designing the electronics of the next ‘must have’ item, you are also not limited to a career in engineering. Other employers actively seek engineers for their mixture of numerical ability and practical problem solving skills. Practical work is a key ingredient in this programme with one day per week timetabled in our well-equipped modern laboratories during the first two years. In the final year you will do a major individual project that is either linked to research work or has some industrial relevance. A very wide range of projects are offered. Lecture modules also reflect the broad based nature of this degree. In the first year, subjects covered range from Digital Electronics and Electronics Circuits through to Electromagnetism and Electromechanics. A similar range of modules are covered in the second year.