We offer links to industrial partners and a wide range of summer placements.
ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
Electrical & Electronic Engineers work with all manner of electronic systems and computer hardware. It’s a very versatile type of engineering, and can lead to a career in almost every form of modern industry.
Electrical & Electronic Engineering at the University of Bolton is second in the UK for student satisfaction, according to the Complete University Guide 2017.
Study Electrical & Electronic Engineering with us and you’ll spend a lot of your time in our excellent laboratories, doing hands-on project work. Our facilities include a purpose-built Design Studio, Engineering Laboratories and Innovation Factory, and you’ll be using industry-standard Computer Aided Design (CAD) software.
We offer links to industrial partners and a wide range of summer placements, industrial seminars and exclusive employment opportunities. You will be encouraged to attend guest lectures and workshops from experts in the field, providing valuable networking opportunities.
The School of Engineering is home to all engineering courses and activity at the University of Bolton. See the School of Engineering section of this website for information on staff, events, and news.
Teaching Intensive, Research Informed
Your education at the University of Bolton is ‘Teaching Intensive, Research Informed’. You’ll be learning from experts: as well as being active in research, our academic staff also provide consultancy and product development for national and international organisations.
The University of Bolton has an excellent reputation for engineering research, and our work was classed as world leading in the most recent Research Excellence Framework. Research and academic activity within the School of Engineering takes place within a number of Centres:
- Institute of Materials Research and Innovation, which is internationally known for its strong applied materials science and engineering applications
- Built Environment Centre for Research, which includes the Inclusive and Sustainable Environments research group
- National Centre for Motorsport Engineering, a leading centre for the study of automotive performance engineering and motorsport technology
Interested in collaborating with the University of Bolton? The School of Engineering is always interested in working with other institutions and businesses. Please contact us if you would like further information on collaboration opportunities.
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