About Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Chinese Studies at University of Nottingham This degree develops knowledge and skills in electrical and electronic engineering, along with language skills in Mandarin, and an appreciation of Chinese culture and business. Students on the BEng course spend three weeks of the third year on intensive field study in China; MEng students spend the whole third year in China.
You will gain an understanding of the principles and practices on which electrical and electronic engineering is founded, achieved through the study of analogue and digital electronics, the application of electrical energy and practical work including programming and projects. Your appreciation of the aspects of science and mathematics, which underpin the subject, will also be enhanced.
You will continue to develop your understanding of electrical and electronic engineering. This will prepare you to study, in the final years of your course, emerging and advanced technologies usually taught by internationally recognised researchers. Group projects, presentations and seminars enable you to gain the skills and understanding essential for the workplace.
Years three and four
Students in Year three will spend the year studying at The University of Nottingham Ningbo, China Campus and another Chinese University. In the final years, you will be able to choose from a range of specialist topics. You will also undertake an individual research project, which forms a major component of your final year. During the third year of the MEng, you will participate in a group project, which examines the socio-economic and technical aspects of a major industrial endeavour. All applicants should apply using the MEng course code.
By the end of the course
You will have a thorough understanding of electrical and electronic engineering including knowledge of emerging and advanced technologies. You will have developed skills in Mandarin and gained a knowledge of Chinese social and business culture. MEng graduates will have further enhanced their knowledge of the chosen specialist technologies.
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