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Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Industrial Practice, MSc

Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Industrial Practice, MSc

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2 years

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Qualification type

MSc - Master of Science

Subject areas

Electronic Engineering (General) Electrical Engineering (General)

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Course Summary

The 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.

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.


Independent project work is an essential part of Masters level study. The work undertaken within this Module will be an individual piece of work. The subject area of the project will be consistent with the philosophy and aims of the chosen individual Programme. In all cases the student will be expected to demonstrate significant elements of independent thinking consistent with the expected research content of a Masters level project. The student should also demonstrate the ability to report and present the terms and concepts underpinning the work and results.

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Entry requirements

Applicants should have an appropriate degree (2.2 or equivalent qualification) in electrical and/or electronic engineering. Students without a first degree but with professional and vocational experience (e.g. incorporated engineer or chartered engineer status) may be considered if they demonstrate the potential to succeed on the course.

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At the University of Greenwich, we’re proud that our students have ranked us in the WhatUni Student Choice Awards 2022 as the top university in the UK for postgraduate study. You'll learn from expert teaching staff with close connections to industry and prepare yourself for global opportunities. The Faculty of Engineering and Science covers courses across STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). We are operational...more

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