University of Surrey
Guildford, South East, UK
Electrical and Electronic Engineering BEng (Hons)
**Academic Requirement at Undergraduate level for students with British Qualifications stay the same regardless of the Student's country of residence.
Personal statement: Should be approximately 500 words long.
Two references are required.Two references for the applicant's academic and professional ability must be supplied.
About The Program
About The University
6.0 (Min Reading: 5.5, Min Writing: 5.5, Min Listening: 5.5, Min Speaking: 5.5)
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English Proficiency Requirement
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The University has a range of funding opportunities available for international students.
You can study in University of Surrey on fully funded scholarship depending on your eligiblity
This is a 4 years Course with professional training placement.
Surrey is one of the UK’s leading universities for Electrical and Electronic Engineering, with our courses ranked 2nd in the Guardian University Guide 2020.
We are home to some of the world’s leading centres of research in electronic communication, power and control engineering, renewable energy and signal processing. This means you’ll learn about solving real-world problems from academics who are experts in their fields.
What you will study
BEng Electrical and Electronic Engineering courses produce engineers with the skills required to work at the forefront of electrical engineering, power and control.
You’ll discover the latest developments in electrical and electronic engineering through high-quality teaching and our laboratory, fabrication and 3D printing facilities.
Following a common first year in electrical science and electronics, you’ll study specialist topics including electrical machines, power electronics, power engineering, renewable energy generation and control engineering.
You can apply to study for either a BEng or MEng (Master of Engineering). The MEng builds on the BEng course with a masters year and is a direct route to a masters qualification. Depending on your progress, you may have the option to switch to a BEng or MEng during your studies.
Extensive teaching laboratories and networked Linux and Windows computer suites with 24-hour access are available to all electrical and electronic engineering undergraduate students.
You will have access to state-of-the-art research facilities in Year 3 if you’re completing a project linked to one of our research centres in electronics, nanotechnology, communications, audio-visual media, power electronics and space engineering.
We actively encourage you to do project work outside of timetabled hours, as long as you follow safe working practices.
Students have the chance to carry out their own projects in the 'Makerspace' work area run by SurreyEARS (Electronics and Amateur Radio Society) with support from the Department.
Careers and graduate prospects
We offer careers information, advice and guidance to all students whilst studying with us, which is extended to our alumni for three years after leaving the University.
Studying for a degree in electrical and electronic engineering doesn’t just lead to a rewarding career, it also offers an intellectually demanding and exciting opportunity to make new discoveries through research.
Our graduate electrical and electronic engineers are in demand not only in research and development, but also in technical sales, management, and government and public services. They have a consistently strong record of gaining employment with leading companies across the electronics, information technology and communications industries.
Employers value the skills and experience that you, as a Surrey graduate, can use to make a positive contribution in your job from day one.
Recent graduates are now employed in roles such as:
Electronic Engineer, Paradigm Communication Ltd
Electronic Engineer, Stanhope-Seta
Graduate Engineer, Jaguar Land Rover
Embedded Engineer, Tactiq Ltd
Trainee Patent Attorney, Page White & Farrer
Leadership Engineering Associate, BAE Systems
R&D Engineer (Software), Keysight Technologies UK Ltd.
The University of Surrey is a public research university in Guildford, England. The university received its royal charter in 1966, along with a number of other institutions following recommendations in the Robbins Report. The University of Surrey began as the Battersea Polytechnic Institute founded in 1891 under the City of London Parochial Charities Act (1883) scheme to establish Polytechnic Institutes throughout London. The university's research output and global partnerships have led to it being regarded as one of the UK's leading research universities.
Surrey is a member of the Association of MBAs and is one of four universities in the University Global Partnership Network. Surrey is also part of the SETsquared partnership along with the University of Bath, the University of Bristol, the University of Southampton and the University of Exeter. A major centre for satellite and mobile communications research, Surrey is in partnership with King's College London and the University of Dresden to develop 5G technology worldwide. It also holds a number of formal links with institutions worldwide, including the Surrey International Institute, launched in partnership with the Dongbei University of Finance and Economics. Surrey has been awarded three Queen's Anniversary Prizes for its research, with the 2014 Research Excellence Framework ranking 78% of the university's research outputs as "world leading" or "internationally excellent".
The university's main campus is on Stag Hill, close to the centre of Guildford and adjacent to Guildford Cathedral. Surrey Sports Park is situated at the nearby Manor Park, the university's secondary campus. In addition, the university owns the Surrey Research Park, providing facilities for over 110 companies engaged in research. Among British universities, Surrey had the 14th highest average UCAS Tariff for new entrants in 2015. It is currently in the top 30 of the three main ranking compilations of universities in the United Kingdom, placing 23rd in both The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide and The Complete University Guide, and 26th in The Guardian University Guide for 2019/20. In 2019, Surrey was ranked 1st in the UK and 7th in the world for research partnerships with employers in the QS World Employability Rankings. Surrey was named as The Sunday Times University of the Year in 2016.
The chancellor of the university is Prince Edward, Duke of Kent. Current and emeritus academics at the university include ten Fellows of the Royal Society, twenty-one Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering, one Fellow of the British Academy and six Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences. Surrey has educated many notable alumni, including Olympic gold medallists, several senior politicians, as well as a number of notable persons in various fields including the arts, sports and academia. Graduates typically abbreviate the University of Surrey to Sur when using post-nominal letters after their degree.
The university conducts extensive research on small satellites, with its Surrey Space Centre and spin-off commercial company, Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd. In the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise, the University of Surrey received a 5* rating in the categories of "Sociology", "Other Studies and Professions Allied to Medicine", and "Electrical and Electronic Engineering" and a 5* rating in the categories of "Psychology", "Physics", "Applied Mathematics", "Statistics and Operational Research", "European Studies" and "Russian, Slavonic and East European Languages".
The 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) at the University of Surrey opened in September 2015, for the purpose of research for the development of the first worldwide 5G network. It has gained over £40m support from international telecommunications companies including Aeroflex, MYCOM OSI, BBC, BT Group, EE (telecommunications company), Fujitsu Laboratories of Europe, Huawei, Ofcom, Rohde & Schwarz, Samsung, Telefonica and Vodafone – and a further £11.6m from the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE).
In addition, the Surrey Research Park is a 28 ha (69-acre) low density development which is owned and developed by the university, providing large landscaped areas with water features and facilities for over 110 companies engaged in a broad spectrum of research, development and design activities. The university generates the third highest endowment income out of all UK universities "reflecting its commercially-orientated heritage."
Higher Secondary Certificate/Intermediate Certificate with a GPA of 5 out of 5 or 80% from science background
Post Secondary Certificate with 75% in ICSE/CBSE/ISC boards, 65% in West Bengal board & 80% in Other boards from science background
University does not accept applications from Nepal
University does not accept the Intermediate/Higher Secondary Certificate from Pakistan. However, if you do not meet the direct entry requirements for a course, you can apply to study an International Foundation Year programme at the University of Surrey International Study Centre. Upon successful completion, you can progress to an undergraduate degree at the University of Surrey.
UK IGCSE or A-LEVELS
A Levels with 3 subjects with minimum ABB including Mathematics and one of: Physics, Electronics, Computing, Computer Science, Further Mathematics.
GCSE or equivalent: English Language at Grade C(4) and Mathematics at Grade C(4) (or equivalent).