University of Greenwich - Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Industrial Practice MSc

University of Greenwich

Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Industrial Practice MSc

Our MSc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Industrial Practice is ideal for forward-thinking graduates seeking career development in manufacturing or engineering management.

The electrical and electronic engineering sectors are looking for engaged and forward-thinking graduates who can help businesses stay ahead of the curve. This two-year Master's in Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Industrial Practice prepares you for these future-thinking careers.

When you study this course, you'll gain practical techniques by working with current and cutting-edge technologies and benefit from a research-driven academic environment with leading industry experts. We use case studies to develop your teamworking and entrepreneurship acumen, which you can put into practice through an independent project and an internship with a relevant employer.

This two-year course is aimed at engineering and technology graduates seeking a broader skillset as well as graduates seeking career advancement in engineering managerial roles or manufacturing.

Career Prospects

Will I have a work placement?

The industrial placement lasts approximately one year. This is an opportunity to put into practice the knowledge and experience you've gained during the first year of the master's course plus any previous study or experience. You'll be able to engage with current industrial systems, processes and practices, which contribute to your professional development as a manager in the engineering sector.

Our Faculty Employability Team provides support and guidance. We work with a organisation that specialises in helping students to secure an industrial placement. However, it is your responsibility to secure the placement for your second year. This could be with a local or international employer in a relevant industrial sector.

What sort of careers do graduates pursue?

Graduates from this course can pursue careers as electrical and electronic engineers in sectors ranging from communications to control and instrumentation in the process industries.

Do you provide employability services?

We have a team dedicated to enhancing student employment outcomes. This includes an Employer Partnerships Manager, who works with companies to provide placement and employment opportunities.

Our team will also help you understand the jobs market, produce effective CVs, and prepare for a graduate job and placement applications in your final year.

Course Details

Year 1

Compulsory modules.
Power Systems Analysis (15 credits)
Technology Integration and Interfacing (15 credits)
Design of Advanced Electronic Systems (15 credits)
Embedded Electronics and Communications (15 credits)
Individual Research Project (60 credits)
Research, Planning and Communication (15 credits)
Academic English for Postgraduates (Engineering)

Optional modules
Electrical Machines and Drives (15 credits)
Machine Sensing (15 credits)
Power Electronic Converters (15 credits)
Human & Machine Robotics (15 credits)
Strategy & Management (15 credits)

Year 2

Compulsory modules.
Individual Research Project (60 credits)
Industrial Practice (60 credits)

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