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- FT / Full-time
- PT / Part-time (over two years)
- FX / Flexible mode of study available (up to five years)
- DL / Distance-learning mode available
Electronic and Electrical Engineering
Our ethos of constant development and innovation continues a tradition inspired by Professor Sir Ambrose Fleming, inventor of the thermionic valve and founder of the discipline of electronics.
The department is a major contributor to the London Centre for Nanotechnology, a joint venture between UCL and Imperial College London.
We maintain strong industrial links in all our postgraduate activities and much of our research is funded through the UK Research Councils, the EU and industry in the UK and overseas.
Taught and research programmes
|Electronic and Electrical Engineering||MPhil/PhD||FT3, PT5|
|Integrated Photonic and Electronic Systems||MRes||FT|
|Nanotechnology||MSc/PG Dip||FT, PT|
|Telecommunications with Business||MSc||FT, PT, FX|
|Wireless and Optical Communications||MSc||FT|
- 37 staff
- 69 taught students
- 140 research students
"Through UCL I’ve benefited from access to an internationally leading research community and from interaction with exceptional students."
Dr Tony Kenyon
Reader in Photonic Materials
"I am beginning a training placement at Addenbrooke’s Hospital as a Trainee Clinical Scientist in Medical Physics. I'm so excited and would not have got the job without having done the programme at UCL."
Degree: Physics and Engineering in Medicine – Medical Physics MSc
Subject: Medical Physics and Bioengineering, Faculty: Engineering Sciences