Electronic and electrical engineering involves designing, building, maintaining and operating machines. It is a broad field and many sectors rely on electrical engineers, from energy, transport and safety to construction and digital technology.
Why study Electronic & Electrical Engineering BEng (Hons) at Strathclyde?
- The Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering is ranked 5th in the UK (The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019)
- Accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology on behalf of the Engineering Council – this means graduates can later apply for ‘Chartered Engineer’ status
- Develop technical knowledge and problem-solving skills
- Extensive computing network and design and project labs
- Industry-led projects and connections to employers.
What are your job options?
Career opportunities after an electronic and electrical engineering degree include:
- Aerospace engineer
- Electrical engineer
- Electronics engineer
- Systems analyst
Find out how you can prepare for this degree with the Undergraduate Foundation Programme in Engineering and Sciences. There is also the opportunity to apply for a combined foundation and undergraduate scholarship.
“When I got here, I got to see some university equipment that I thought were really cool, things I’d never seen before. I have this class, electronic electrical principles, where we had a lab and I actually got to see a breadboard which I hadn’t seen before and I didn’t know how to use.”
Ololade from Nigeria
Studied Undergraduate Foundation Programme in
Engineering and Sciences
Progressed to Electronic and Electrical Engineering BEng (Hons)