Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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Key facts

Total expected intake (2018 entry)
Electrical and Electronic Eng: 125
Electronic and Information Eng: 35

Applications : Admissions ratio
5.4 : 1 (for 2015 entry)

Research Excellence Framework 2014
1st in the UK based on proportion of world leading research

About the Department

Imperial's Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is one of the largest such departments in the UK.

Electrical and electronic engineers are at the forefront of the constant challenge to use technology to make things faster, better, cheaper and more sustainable. We're also using it to make our lives healthier, more enjoyable and more rewarding.

It's a discipline which impacts on almost every area of our lives, including communications, commerce, entertainment, manufacturing, healthcare, transport, energy and the environment.

Our Department has a long and proud history as one of the foremost centres for research and teaching in the UK and worldwide, making it a great place to work and learn.

Our global reputation is built through our world class academics and researchers, dedicated support staff, strong relationships with a wide range of industries, and our diverse and talented student community.

Our specialist modules are constantly evolving to take advantage of new technologies and our research discoveries. The result is that fourth-year students can choose from over 40 advanced topics such as human-centred robotics, speech processing and sustainable energy. We're excited about the future, about people and about technology, and we’re committed to developing graduate engineers with the skills, knowledge and imagination to help shape our world.


Three-year courses (186 ECTS):

Four-year courses (252/276 ECTS):

* Apply initially for MEng Electrical and Electronic Engineering (H604)
** Apply initially for MEng Electronic and Information Engineering (GH56)

Our Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Electronic and Information Engineering degrees have different course content. You can find out more about the differences between the two by following the links to individual degrees above.

You should apply to only one course within the department and there is no benefit in applying to more than one course in this department. If you are unsure of which degree to choose, you are able to transfer to another course within the department during the first year. You will need to meet the original requirements of the degree you are transferring on to.

If you are an international student, transferring to a different course could have an impact on your Tier 4 visa. Please visit our International Student Support webpage for further information.