Develop your research skills in electronic systems, enriching your prior learning and giving you the tools to succeed in your chosen specialism.
This Electronic Systems Masters course gives you the opportunity to develop research skills in computing specialisms to meet your interests and career development needs. The structure of this course allows you to choose modules and combine material from any of our taught Computing and Technology Master's courses. You will work with our highly regarded academics, who are active in a broad range of research areas.
As a student at NTU you will benefit from the excellent facilities and equipment available. The School of Science and Technology has a dedicated research facility for specialist work in the area of imaging and display, housing a class 100 clean room, X-ray security and analysis system, and a suite of display characterisation rooms.