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School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering

Undergraduate degrees

Globally renowned for our teaching and research our courses are at the forefront of thinking and reflect the latest developments in the field of electronic and electrical engineering in the UK.

Here are just a few benefits of studying Electronic and Electrical Engineering:

- Our degree courses are accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), which will help you to become a chartered engineer after graduation.

- We are ranked in the top ten in the UK for Electrical and Electronic Engineering by the main university league tables and number 1 in the UK for research.

- All our degree courses offer you the opportunity to study abroad or undertake a placement year.

- You will benefit from our integrated style of learning and teaching. You can choose from a range of flexible modules to reflect your interests or careers plans and you will carry out a project in every year of study.

- The School scored 92% for overall student satisfaction in the latest National Student Survey (NSS).

- Our research feeds directly into our teaching, which means you'll learn about the latest developments within your subject from world-class academics.

- Our strong links with industry ensures that our courses meet employer needs and this is one of many reasons why our graduates are highly sought after by employers.

- You will also have access to specialist facilities and laboratories that are equipped with the latest technology.

- Our personal tutorial system will provide additional academic and pastoral support. You will have a designated personal tutor throughout your studies at Leeds.

Electronic and Electrical Engineering project students

Degrees

- You have the opportunity to study either for a Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) or a Masters in Engineering (MEng).

- We offer scholarships worth up to £8,000 for new students.

- Our dedicated Employability team will provide you with support and advice to help you find relevant work experience, internships and year in industry placements, as well as graduate positions.

- You will be learn how to identify, analyse and respond effectively to ethical issues arising in your professional lives, and benefit from a national centre of excellence with expertise in engineering ethics and professionalism.