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Electrical and Electronic Engineering Undergraduate Degrees

Join the electric revolution and learn the practical skills to deliver the next generation of emerging technologies.

What is Electrical and Electronic Engineering?

Electrical and electronic engineering is a fascinating field that offers strong employment prospects and a wide variety of exciting career options. 

Electrical Engineering focuses on the generation, distribution, storage and conversion of electrical power. This can include: power generation and distribution; renewable energy; electric vehicles; smart cities and much more. 

Electronic Engineering focuses on the transmission and processing of data, including: wireless communications; digital technology; mobile devices; and implantable electronics.

Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Newcastle

An Electrical and Electronic Engineering degree will equip you with broad ranging knowledge and you'll even have the option of an extra year of Master's-level study to extend your knowledge in a variety of specialisms, including: Electrical Power; Microelectronics; Automation and Control; Electronics and Computer Engineering.

You'll work on projects designed in collaboration with leading companies and develop the skills and knowledge demanded by industry.

Our Electrical and Electronic Engineering degrees are professionally accredited and developed through our close links with industry. You will have the opportunity to engage with industry at our student employability event 'The Circuit', opening up a world of opportunities. From day one, you’re on the path to becoming a professional engineer developing the technical skills needed for tomorrow’s world.

Flexible First Year

Students benefit from a flexible first year as our Electrical and Electronic Engineering degrees allow you to explore several engineering disciplines in year one. This flexible route is taught across Civil, Electrical & Electronic and Mechanical Engineering.

Choose your course

Get a broad-ranging knowledge of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Gain in-depth expertise in one of our specialist areas. Develop the skills to collaborate with engineers from other disciplines.