Electrical and Electronic Engineering Degrees

Electrical Engineering degrees at the University of South Wales offer excellent opportunities for a career in engineering, so you can enter the profession with the right knowledge and skills.

We pride ourselves on our breadth of electrical and electronic engineering programmes that are based on the demands of industry, so they give you the skills that employers look for. Our strong links with industry mean you’ll have many opportunities to engage with companies during your studies. These include site visits, industrial placements and, for students on sandwich courses, practitioner mentoring.

Our electrical and electronics labs have industry-standard tools and software. Staff are committed to exploring new ideas to improve existing systems, such as medical equipment, and mobile and satellite communications. 

Lighting and Live Event students have industry-standard equipment on campus. Students gain key skills in in The Cube, a dedicated space on campus where you can practise and realise your creative ideas and designs. Our staff are authorised WYSIWYG (lighting and venue pre-visualisation software) trainers and you can become qualified to the IET’s 17th EditionWiring Regulations.