Why choose MEng Electrical and Electronic Engineering?
✓ The only integrated Masters of Engineering course in Electrical and Electronic Engineering offered in Greece by a UK University.
✓ Successful completion of the course leads to an integrated Masters of Engineering awarded by University of East London.
✓ Laboratory exercises guide theoretical development in a project based learning approach.
✓ Practice in modern and specialized laboratories.
✓ Many opportunities for industrial placement and subsequent employment, within a broad range of diverse advanced technologies sectors in high demand in the market (e.g. automation, robotics, embedded systems).
Electrical and Electronic Engineers are at the core of the so-called fifth industrial revolution and graduates of these disciplines are in high demand both in local and in the international job markets. In particular, a professional engineer deals with the analysis, design and manufacturing of all kinds of electrical and electronic systems at the level of machines or larger installations.
Topics on Electrical Engineering-related problems are associated with large-scale electrical systems such as production/power transmission, electrical installations and electrical machinery control systems. Topics relating to Electronic Engineering are smaller-scale sub-systems (e.g. microprocessors) that become part of larger system (e.g. sustainable/ renewable energy and automation)..
The area of professional activity of Electrical and Electronic Engineers is broad and covers a series of diverse applications, including power electronics, optoelectronics, electronics, automation, microprocessors, artificial intelligence, signal processing, telecomms and renewable energy sources. The curriculum of Electrical Engineering and Electronic Systems is adapted to the needs of the Greek industry, provides the fundamental knowledge and theory of the science and trains the students in order to successfully put this knowledge into practice, whilst being fully in line with the curriculum of the British partner university.
The course is largely participatory and includes compulsory theoretical courses as well as laboratory courses, conducted at Metropolitan College’s fully equipped laboratory installations. It is an undergraduate course that provides standard and superior knowledge and educates students to successfully put this knowledge into practice.
The curriculum focuses on the implementation of theoretical aspects with a view to designing fully functional systems.