New students 2012Induction and orientation information.
Our graduates work for companies including:
- BAE Systems
- Ernst & Young
- JP Morgan
- National Grid
- OC Robotics
- Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd
“I chose Bath because the department has such an excellent reputation. I'm really enjoying the programme, especially the hands-on projects like Bath Mouse Race. I’d definitely recommend it to other people.”
— Aisling Green,
MEng Electronic and Electrical Engineering
For application enquiries,
Tel: +44 (0) 1225 393019
For specific programme enquiries,
Tel: +44 (0) 1225 386330
Our undergraduate programmes will equip you with the skills and knowledge you need to build a successful career in engineering.
We offer MEng and BEng programmes in:
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering
- Computer Systems Engineering
- Electrical Power Engineering
- Electronic Engineering with Space Science and Technology
- Electronic and Communication Engineering
We have a wide range of students taking our programmes including those taking part in our 2+2 joint education programme with North China Electric Power University.
Why choose us?
All our programmes are accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology, offering you a secure route to Chartered Engineer status.
We are Top 3 for Electronic and Electrical Engineering (The Sunday Times University Guide 2013) and we are Top 3 for Academic Support and Learning Resources and Top 10 in all other categories (National Student Survey 2012). We are also among the UK's top five electronic and electrical engineering departments for graduate employment (Unistats 2010).
Teaching and learning
Our programmes let you choose from a wide range of options, allowing you to develop your interests. Industry-focused group and individual projects are a major part of our degrees. Teaching is delivered by experienced academic staff.
We use a mixture of lectures, seminars, workshops and laboratory practical classes. Because teaching groups are often small, you will sharpen your analytical, presentation and communication skills.
All our programmes include optional, year-long, paid placements.
Why study the subject?
Electronic and electrical engineering is vital to almost every aspect of modern life. It supports a number of industries, including electronics, communications, aerospace and space, automotive, medical imaging and renewable energy.
Chartered electrical engineers earn an average of £50,000 a year (Connexions) and can pursue a range of careers.