BEng (Hons) Electronic and Electrical Engineering with Integrated Foundation Year Explore electronics, photonics and electrical engineering Course in Pakistan || Registration Open
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Electronic and electrical engineering impacts almost every aspect of our lives – including renewables, electricity generation, transmission and distribution, transport, control, computation, communication and satellite communication.
This BEng (Hons) Electronic and Electrical Engineering degree exposes you to a broad range of topics in the large and rapidly growing fields of Electronics, Photonics and Electrical Engineering. This course takes a practical approach to learning, with a syllabus designed in partnership with local businesses to ensure you are ready for the industry when you graduate.
You will complete multiple design-build-test challenges during your degree which test your theoretical engineering understanding and practical skills. These challenges start with a design brief, to which you must apply the Conceive-Design-Implement-Operate (CDIO) engineering cycle.
The University of Chichester is a member of the CDIO worldwide initiative alongside other leading universities. The unique CDIO (Conceive – Design – Implement – Operate) approach means our courses are designed to be practical and lab-focused from the beginning.
On this course you will:
- Complete yearly design-build challenges.
- Study modules specific to electronic and electrical engineering.
- Learn to apply your knowledge, techniques and skills in a practical environment.
- Complete workshops, seminars and practical lab based modules.
- Gain a strong foundation in scientific principles and mathematics.
- Have the opportunity to develop practical expertise alongside local businesses.
This course included and an integrated foundation year. This means you will complete an extra year of study before starting your BEng to build your subject knowledge and develop your academic writing, reading and research skills. This option is for you if you are interested in BEng (Hons) Electronic and Electrical Engineering but do not meet the course entry requirements yet, or if you want more time to prepare for higher education.
This varied foundation course is designed to make our STEM degrees more accessible and is delivered through small, interactive seminars and tutorials as well as practical labs. You will develop your research, communication, team work and problem-solving skills and cover a range of topics including physics, mathematics, electronics and computing, and the practical application of these to engineering disciplines through design-build-test challenges.
This Foundation Year prepares you to transition to our other Engineering degrees and is not a standalone programme.
Teaching and Assessment
This course is taught in small, interactive seminar groups at our Tech Park. This is different to traditional engineering courses which often involve large, impersonal lectures. Using seminars and small teaching groups means you get more demonstrations and opportunities to work as a team with others in the department including students from related courses such as Business, Product Design or Digital Media.
The course is delivered through seminars, workshops, tutorials, computer labs, physical labs and project practical time. You will spend about 50% of your time in seminars and tutorials and the remaining 50% in labs or completing project work.
You can expect 14 scheduled hours of contact time per week in your first and second year, and 10 scheduled hours per week in your final year. In addition to scheduled learning activities you will need to complete independent study outside of class hours.
You will be assessed through a range of assignments including coursework, written exams, lab and practical work, project work, presentations and online tests.
You will study a selection of core and optional modules in each year. Each module is worth a number of credits and you will study 360 credits throughout your degree. Each module is delivered differently, depending on its content and focus of study.
This list is indicative and subject to change.
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This module will give you the necessary mathematics skills to start your BEng. degree. This module assumes little or no experience in applied mathematics at level 3 (A level, BTech) and is essential so you can study other modules in the foundation year. You will be assessed through a matlab assessment and a written exam. You will cover topics including equations, inequalities and basic rules of algebra, geometry (2D and 3D) and introductions to vectors, matrices and probability.
Prepare for your career with practical placements
You can apply for a year long industrial placement during your degree.
As well as giving you the opportunity to put your studies into practice and use the skills you develop on your course, undertaking a placement helps to improve your CV and show employers that you’ve already completed work in industry when you graduate.
Placements years usually take place between your second and third year of study. You will spend 1 year working with a company in industry before returning to the University to complete your final year. This effectively extends your studies by one year.
The placement will be a paid position, with pay at or above the National Minimum Wage.
Placement years are competitive. We will support you in finding and applying for a suitable placement, but we are unable to guarantee placements.
Discover what you can do after you graduate
The demand for electrical engineers is growing and will continue to grow. Engineering graduates are successful in a wide range of sectors.
You will graduate with more than your engineering knowledge. You will graduate as a numerate and scientifically trained thinker with skills that are immediately transferable to a range of sectors. Your independent project work, team projects, presentations, skills and lab experiences will help you to develop skills that are useful in a range of job roles, and you will have the opportunity to study business and enterprise modules to prepare you for the industry or to set up your own business.
You could work in:
- Automotive industry
- Electrical power