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Categories: Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Postgraduate
Are you an electronic engineering graduate looking to take your career to the next level? The MSc Electronic Engineering course at the University of Bolton in Greater Manchester is designed to help you enjoy advanced self-improvement and self-growth, nurturing your existing skills so you can reach your potential.
We rank No.1 for Satisfaction in Teaching (Electronic and Electrical Engineering Courses)*, so there’s nowhere better to begin your career development journey. If you want to make the most of your self-improvement skills, here are some tips to help you flourish!
1. Set clear goals and objectives
There are a number of electronic and electrical engineering careers you can pursue, and having a plan will provide you with direction and drive. Our master’s course is designed to support your achievement of Chartered Engineer (CEng) status, and our passionate tutors will work with you to establish the correct career pathway to success. They will develop a self-improvement plan for professional development, aligning modules to your needs.
2. Use our campus support services
Ensuring students have everything they need during their studies is our priority, and our Student Services Team is award-winning! That’s just one of the reasons why we’ve been voted No.1 for Student Satisfaction for three years running.** We encourage you to make the most of on-campus services, including our dedicated Employability Team who is on hand to support your career ambitions.
3. Learn from your peers
Students at Bolton University get to benefit from a fantastic Postgraduate community. Not only will you be able study alongside the best in the industry, but you’ll be able to share ideas, collaborate on projects, and learn from other students and their unique experiences. We welcome students from a range of backgrounds, including existing professionals looking to advance their skills, so there are excellent networking opportunities.
4. Don’t forget continued self-improvement
Reflecting on and improving your skills doesn’t end when you graduate, and that’s why we teach students to practice improvement techniques throughout their career. This is done through a willingness to learn, and a desire to always do better.
If you wish to boost your employability as an electronics engineer at a top Manchester university, you will fit right in at the University of Bolton. We pride ourselves on delivering #UniAsItShouldBe, a university that puts you and your needs first.
To find out more about enrolling in January 2021, visit our MSc Electronic Engineering course page for details.
* The Guardian University League Tables 2021, North West Region
** Complete University Guide in 2021, 2020 and 2019, North West region
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