School of Computing and Engineering

Electrical and electronic engineering

Learn more about Electrical and Electronic Engineering degree at the University of West London, which has achieved prestiguous accreditation from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).

What's it about?

A student in an electronics labOur Electrical and Electronic Engineering course aims to impart to students the necessary academic knowledge and practical skills required for a career in this industry. Students will be provided with the opportunity to develop essential industry desirable transferable skills such as critical thinking, analysis, problem solving and IT. Students are introduced from an early stage to Electrical/Electronic hardware design, building and testing and to the use of industry standard software tools. This course is delivered by a team of specialist professional practitioners with industrial and research experience.

Who's it for? 

This degree is for you if you are looking for an exciting career in this industry. It will equip you with the knowledge and skills required to embark a number of engineering professions such as Electronic/Electrical engineer, Embedded Systems engineer, EDA engineer, Communications engineer and Research and Development engineer.

What will I learn?

Concepts, core engineering knowledge and practical skills, which underpins the qualities required of today’s engineers, in areas such as:

  • Mathematics and Electrical Theory
  • Engineering Applications
  • Engineering Software
  • Analogue and Digital Electronics
  • Embedded Systems 
  • Power Systems
  • Control Theory and Practice
  • Communications Systems
  • Sustainable Design

What can I study?

BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering (full-time only)
BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Foundation Year (full-time only)


Electronics board

A student working in the electronics lab