UCL Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering


Graduate Open Events: Electronic and Electrical Engineering MSc, online presentation and Q&A

31 January 2024, 11:00 am–12:00 pm

Two EEE researchers

Applications are now open for September 2024 - join this online presentation and Q&A to learn more about EEE.

This event is free.

Event Information

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Veronique Jasinski – UCL Electrical and Electrical Engineering

Pursuing a Masters degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering (EEE) can help you change the world. We employ a pioneering tradition of innovation and excellence to push the boundaries across research, education and entrepreneurship, building on our long-established links with industry.

We offer a number of Masters programs in a variety of cutting-edge themes taught by world research leaders in their fields. If you want to continue your studies or renew your skills we have something for you. We use a variety of teaching methods in our courses with a big emphasis in practical labs. We also allow for flexible and part-time attendance so you can study whilst working. Our MSc programmes include:

  • Integrated Machine Learning Systems MSc
  • Nanotechnology MSc
  • Internet Engineering MSc
  • Telecommunications MSc
  • Telecommunications Business MSc
  • Telecommunications MRes
  • Telecommunications MSc (IGDP)
  • Wireless and Optical Communications MSc

Read more about our MSc programmes

Join our online presentation and Q&A to hear from Professor Miguel Rio on our competitive Masters programmes and answer any questions you may have.

Hear from our alumni 

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About the Speaker

Professor Miguel Rio

Miguel Rio is a Professor of Computer Networks in the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at University College London. He holds a Meng and MSc from the University of Minho, Portugal and a Phd from the University of Kent, United Kingdom. He has been a principle investigator in numerous research projects funded by the UK government, the European Union, industry and the US/UK military. His current interests are on edge networking, software defined networking, network resilience and improving network quality of experience.

More about Professor Miguel Rio