Electronic and Electrical Engineering Undergraduate Courses

Training Engineers of the future

Students in Electronics Lab

Electronic and Electrical Engineering

Electronic and Electrical Engineering is subdivided into a wide range of subfields, including electronics, digital computers, computer engineering, power engineering, telecommunications, control systems, robotics, radio-frequency engineering, signal processing, instrumentation, and microelectronics.

If you are a curious and inquisitive individual who enjoys solving problems by taking things apart to understand how they work and then putting it all back together, then Electronic and Electrical Engineering is right for you. Maybe you’ve taken a computer apart before and custom-built your own, or you have an interest in gadgets and electronics—these are all signs of an Electrical Engineer in the making.

From Power Electronics to NanoElectronics shaping our future, Electrical Engineers can work on a wide range of components, devices and systems, from tiny microchips to huge power station generators, so it’s a very challenging but also diverse field.

Alexander George

MEng Electronic and Electrical Engineering

Alexander George

After 5 years of attending Swansea University, I have finally achieved my Master of Electronic and Electrical Engineering degree with a first class honours! I am so immensely proud to say that I powered through it, even through the lowest of times. I couldn't have done it without help from friends, family, and the amazing people and lecturers I've met at the university. Everyone I met at Swansea I will miss dearly, and hope to keep in contact as the future opens up for me.

For anyone struggling with university, or anything at all for that matter, know that there is help available from lots of different sources. Spread the message far and wide. I've met so many people through my time in Swansea, and the majority of students, including myself, absolutely needed that help! Together, we can crush student anxieties and feelings of worthlessness and doubt.