UCAS Code (H6N1)
Institution for Engineering & Technology (IET) accredited
In the MEng with Business Studies, specialist classes in business, management and entrepreneurship are taken in parallel with the technical engineering classes. These are delivered by the University's Business School.
Download the Electronic & Electrical Engineering leaflet for further information.
This degree follows the structure of the core EEE degrees, but integrates specialist business, management and entrepreneurship classes throughout all years of study. These classes are delivered by the Internationally renowned Strathclyde Business School.
Years 1 & 2: Classes in Maths, Engineering Science, Software Design, Analogue and Digital Circuits, Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computing are taken. You complete group-based projects such as hydrogen-powered vehicles and wireless communications to gain practical training in core engineering applications and project management skills.
Year 3: You develop specialist engineering skills in your preferred subject area through a selection of classes including Electromagnetics, Embedded Systems, Power Engineering, Renewable Technologies and Engineering Innovation.
Year 4 (BEng Honours & MEng): You personalise your studies through combining a selection of specialist classes including Communications Networks, Electric Vehicle Technologies, Robotics Design, Multimedia Systems, Information Security and Energy Supply, with an individual project. BEng Honours students graduate at the end of this year.
Year 5 (MEng only): A group project and selection of classes from advanced topics including Microcontroller Design, High Voltage Technologies, and Mobile & Wireless Communications are completed to develop professional engineering expertise and project management skills.
We accept a range of UK, EU and international qualifications for entry to our undergraduate degrees, details of which can be found in the following document.
Further information can also be obtained by contacting the Undergraduate Academic Selector.
Applications to any of our courses must be submitted via UCAS at www.ucas.com. As part of your application you will be asked to provide details of the subjects you are studying, or have studied, and any grades achieved, along with a personal statement and an academic/teacher reference.
The personal statement is your opportunity to shine as an applicant, demonstrating your interest in your chosen university course and the types of activities (academic or otherwise) you are involved in. eg. Duke of Edinburgh awards, sports clubs, volunteering, work experience, hobbies and interests. Remember applications must be submitted by the set UCAS deadlines. Once your application has been submitted to UCAS, they then send it onto the appropriate University/(s) and Department for their consideration.
The Applicants' Guide outlines the decision making process for our Department.