Bangor University Engineering

By | 10th April 2017

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Bangor University Engineering

To us engineering is exciting and fun, not geeky – because engineers are literally changing our world.  We are proud of the fact that the work we do contributes to the development of the latest electronics and technology.

Committed to making our planet a better place for everyone

We are also committed to making our planet a better place for everyone, which is why our academics are researching how to make solar panels more efficient, how to make communication cheaper and faster and developing medical devices to treat cancer without drugs.  We want technology to work better, for everyone.

Close links with the School of Computer Science

We work very closely with the School of Computer Science and are a lively community of academic staff, undergraduate and postgraduate students and postdoctoral research workers.

The technology we work on is changing daily so we make sure that we partner with other institutions and industry which enables us to keep our degree programmes current, interesting and relevant.

Undergraduate Courses

We are only interested in being the best, so we strive for excellence in teaching and research and will teach you how to learn and go on learning throughout your careers and for the rest of your lives.

Our greatest strength

We are a small School and we believe this is one of our greatest strengths. Our size means that we are able to see all our students as individuals and understand their strengths. Our office doors are always open to all our students’ whether they want to discuss their academic work, research theories or just have a natter about life. So you see, anyone that chooses to study with us gets help every step of the way and will graduate with a qualification that employers love as well as memories that last a life time.

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Come and join in the fun, help us engineer the future…

Many of our degrees are accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology. This means that they comply with very strict level of academic quality and when you graduate you can gain automatic exemption from the admissions examinations of the IET. This entitles you to apply for membership and, after experience in the workplace, become a chartered engineer.

  • Computer Systems Engineering BEng (Hons) (3 years)
  • Computer Systems Engineering BSc (Hons) (3 years)
  • Computer Systems Engineering MEng (4 years)
  • Control and Instrumentation Engineering MEng (4 years)
  • Critical Safety Engineering MEng (Hons) (4 years)
  • Electronic Engineering BSc (Hons) (3 years)
  • Electronic Engineering BEng (Hons) (3 years)
  • Electronic Engineering MEng (4 years)
  • Electronic Engineering and Music BSc (Joint Hons) (3 years)
  • Music and Electronic Engineering BA (Joint Hons) (3 years)

 

Taught Postgraduate Courses

MSc

  • Broadband and Optical Communications MSc
  • Electronic Engineering MSc
  • Nanotechnology and Microfabrication MSc

Research Programmes

MRes

  • Electronic Engineering MRes
  • Electronic Engineering (Bio-Electronics) MRes
  • Electronic Engineering (Micromachining) MRes
  • Electronic Engineering (Microwave Devices) MRes
  • Electronic Engineering (Nanotechnology) MRes
  • Electronic Engineering (Optical Communications) MRes
  • Electronic Engineering (Optoelectronics) MRes
  • Electronic Engineering (Organic Electronics) MRes
  • Electronic Engineering (Polymer Electronics) MRes
  • Electronic Engineering (VLSI Design) MRes

PhD/MPhil

  • Electrical Materials Science PhD/MPhil
  • Laser Micromachining and Laboratory-on-a-Chip PhD/MPhil
  • Optical Communications PhD/MPhil
  • Optoelectronics PhD/MPhil
  • Organic Electronics PhD/MPhil

Postgraduate Entry Requirements

The following information is meant as an indicative guide to the postgraduate entry requirements. Please visit our Postgraduate Courses pages and if appropriate our Country Specific Entry requirement pages where you will find more information on specific entry requirements for your intended course of study.

Postgraduate taught programmes

Usually, postgraduate applicants should have, or expect to attain, an appropriate first degree with a minimum of second class honours. Some programmes may require a higher degree classification. Alternative qualifications or experience may also be acceptable as equivalent. Please see individual courses and country specific entry requirements for international students for further details.

Research Degrees

Research degree applicants should have an excellent appropriate degree with first or upper second class honours, or equivalent.

International Students

For information and further detailed guidance on entry requirements for International Students, including the minimum English Language entry requirement, please visit the Entry Requirements by Country pages on the International Education Centre section of our website.

Mature Students

If you are over 25 years old and do not have appropriate academic qualifications, don’t worry because applications from mature applicant are not always subject to our standard entry requirements. The applications will be considered individually. Also, a minimum of two years of relevant professional work experience can be recognised as an entry qualification and may be accepted.

CONTACT

School of Electronic Engineering
Bangor University, Dean Street, Bangor, Gwynedd, UK LL57 1UT

Phone: +44 (0) 1248 382686

Email: eng@bangor.ac.uk

Bangor University is a Registered Charity: No. 1141565