This four-year programme builds on our BEng Biomedical Electronic Engineering, developing the management skills you will need to become a leader in industry. You will engage with an industrial or academic customer to solve a real-world challenge in a group design project, and customise your degree with a range of specialist technical modules.
View the programme specification document for this course
Students undertake four years of study. Each year there are compulsory modules. However, the degree has been designed to maximise student choice by allowing you to tailor the degree structure to suit your own interests. Specialist options in the last two years of the degree will take you to the leading edge of technology sought by industry. There is an opportunity to study abroad for a semester.
This degree is also available with a year in industry.
All undergraduate applications for Electronics and Computer Science should be made online through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). Find out how to apply and get further details of the UCAS website, phone and contact details.
A unique course with intensive practical experience at the interface of electronics and life sciences
We have pioneered many of the most important advances in electronics and microelectronics over the past 30 years
We lead the UK for the volume and quality of Electrical and Electronic Engineering research (REF 2014)
97% of our Electrical and Electronic Engineering research outputs are rated as world-leading or internationally excellent (REF 2014)
The Guardian University Guide 2018 shows the University of Southampton second in the UK for Electronics and Electrical Engineering
We are number one in the UK for graduate prospects in Electrical and Electronic Engineering in the Guardian University Guide 2018
Southampton is ranked in the top 51-100 universities for Electrical and Electronic Engineering in the 2018 QS World Rankings, and top 10 in the UK
We have outstanding experimental facilities, including our £110M interdisciplinary clean room and £85M Institute for Life Sciences