Electronic and electrical engineering

Undergraduate courses starting in 2019

The study of electricity and its application in modern systems and devices, underpinning most technological advances in industry and society.

Electronic and electrical engineering is the driving force behind many of our systems, infrastructure and technologies. In a sector that is evolving, engineers need to combine design creativity with scientific analysis to develop the next products and applications.

At Bath, we want to give you the knowledge and confidence to not just keep up with these advances, but to be at the front leading them. On our courses, you’ll discover the technology behind communications, healthcare, transport and energy. You’ll learn how to use technical knowledge and creativity to design and build advanced electronic devices and systems. And, our partnerships with the UK Electronics Skills Foundation and the IET Power Academy give you access to scholarships with leading companies such as ARM, National Grid and Rolls Royce.

The academic and practical skills you graduate with will help you begin a career as a professional engineer. You could be developing the next smartphone, finding better ways to detect cancer, developing renewable micro-grids, or leading the robotics revolution.

Clearing spaces available

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Courses


Computer Systems Engineering leading to an undergraduate master's degree

Electrical and Electronic Engineering leading to an undergraduate master's degree

Electrical Power Engineering leading to an undergraduate master's degree

Electronic Engineering with Space Science and Technology leading to an undergraduate master's degree

Electronic Systems Engineering leading to an undergraduate master's degree

Robotics Engineering leading to an undergraduate master's degree

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‘The final-year project helps to bring together everything that you've learnt so far both at university and during your placement. You have the potential to go into a very good career.’
Matthew Butler MEng (Hons) Electrical Power Engineering with placement year (2013)