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BEng Honours Electronic Engineering

BEng Honours Electronic Engineering

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3 Years
Full Time
Fees (Total)
Annual Breakdown
Year 1 - 58,485 Year 2 - 58,485 Year 3 - 58,485

The BEng Electronic Engineering programme aims to produce professional and competent Electronic Engineers capable of playing an active role in meeting the challenges and opportunities that arise in contemporary industrial and commercial practices. Students will develop core electronics design capabilities, which are developed and enhanced progressively through the course. This programme explores the principles underlying the design and implementation of up-todate analogue and digital systems needed in a variety of problem domains and provides the opportunity of realising such systems.

Graduates of the programme will be well equipped for careers as Design Engineers, CAD Technicians, Electrical Engineers. They will be able to work in areas that include electronics, automotive, IT, telecoms, manufacturing and many more.

Why Study BEng Honours Electronic Engineering?

The programme will enable students to build upon existing familiarity with Mathematics and Sciences and develop their skills in: the use of laboratory and test equipment; creation of models and prototypes of engineering systems; writing computer programs; applying mathematical methods, computer models and scientific approach to solving problems in engineering design; and implement them successfully, thus meeting the requirements of the industries in demand for electronics engineers.

Students will focus on learning analogue and digital electronic theories and putting these into practice by building a range of complex electronic circuits using the latest industry hardware and software methods and tools equipped in our labs and workshops. The course also introduces students to the design and implementation of system-on-a-chip and systems engineering approaches to problem solving.

The special features of the programme are:

  • Practical hands-on work in modern ESD protected labs to illustrate the application of theory and concepts.
  • Practical competencies in Electronic Engineering.
  • Students have an edge as the University works with companies such as  Dell, IBM, Oracle and SAS in addition to being Cisco Net Academy – meaning the student will have access to the latest equipment, and can make use of specialist teaching materials and workshops.
  • Programme content is enriched by providing industry engagement opportunities to students through industry speakers and field trips.
  • Enrolment into the CISCO academy and opportunity to complete CCNA course.
  • Develop project management skills related to electronic engineering projects and opportunity to implement these skills in the final year project.
  • Develop transferable technical skills as well as a strong background in professional ethics.
  • Career coaching is available through the Careers and Employability Service.
  • Option to transfer to London campus.

Students will study core modules such as Fundamentals of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Computing and Electronic Engineering Skills and Projects, Programming Paradigms for Physical Computing and Internet of Things, Practical Applications of Mathematics for Engineering, Analogue Electronics, Digital System Design, internet scale and real time systems development, Signal Processing and Communications, system Design and Validation, System-on-Chip Design and Implementation.

The programme will focus on the modelling and analysis of relevant engineering systems. It will engage students in the process of learning through practice-based individual as well as group activities and projects enabling them to develop their team-working and communication skills which are required in the industry. Throughout the course they will build confidence to develop and implement modern technologies relevant to electronic products and systems.

Please refer to our Academic Calendar for further information:

Module and programme information is indicative and may be subject to change.

Note: Both core and optional modules are constantly updated and under review. As with most academic programmes, please remember that it is possible that a module may not be offered in any particular year, for instance because too few students opt for it. Middlesex University reserves the right to vary or withdraw any course or module.

  • Year 1

    • Practical Applications of Mathematics for Engineering (30 Credits) - Compulsory
      The module aims to provide you with the mathematical knowledge and tools to model and understand particular problems in engineering, and to interpret these results to provide information relevant to designs and decisions you will make as engineers.
    • Programming Paradigms for Physical Computing and Internet of Things (30 Credits) - Compulsory
      This module introduces fundamental computational concepts and programming constructs and uses of a range of widely used programming languages. The module will expose you to problem solving through programming and introduce you to a selection of hardware. You'll make use of different programming environments to solve problems that were introduced in the other modules.
    • Fundamentals of Electronics and Communication Engineering (30 Credits) - Compulsory

      This module aims to provide a comprehensive overview and in-depth understanding of the principles and theories employed in electronics and communications. It places electronics and communication principles in a realistic context showing the benefits and the challenges that everyday electronic engineers face in real life. The overall objective of this module is to gain a solid foothold in electronics, communication systems and networks.

    • Computing and Electronic Engineering Skills and Projects 1 (30 Credits) - Compulsory
      This module aims to develop your knowledge and understanding of the fundamentals of digital electronics and develop knowledge and understanding of a range of modelling and prototyping processes and techniques to successfully complete the final project. Students will learn a range of practical skills, and techniques required to construct digital electronic circuits successfully and to use a range of workshop machinery to accomplish this. The projects will require you to develop and use a variety of problem-solving skills and to utilise knowledge gained from other taught modules.
  • Year 2

    • Analogue Electronics (30 Credits) - Compulsory

      The module aims to provide detailed knowledge of analogue electronic theories and their application. Possible topics covered will offer you an understanding of the analogue electronic design skills such as a range of circuit analysis theorems, principles and applications of transistor and operational amplifiers, etc. The module will enable you to design analogue electronic circuits using appropriate methods and software tools.

    • Electronic Engineering Projects 2 (30 Credits) - Compulsory

      This module aims to provide you with the knowledge and skills required to carry out engineering projects and will give you the opportunity to apply them, together with knowledge and skills from other modules, in practical projects.

    • Signal Processing and Communications (30 Credits) - Compulsory
      This module will introduce students to advanced techniques of signal processing and interpretation as well as the applications of signal processing in wireless communications.
    • Digital System Design (30 Credits) - Compulsory
      This module aims to introduce the digital systems design using concepts and abstractions central to the development of computing systems. The module will be introduced using VHDL (hardware description language), in which the designs can be implemented and tested. Development often requires knowledge and understanding of digital logic building blocks, hardware description language (VHDL), development tools similar to the ones used in the industry; this module provides you with the essential concepts for that purpose.
  • Year 3

    • System Design and Validation (30 Credits) - Compulsory

      This module aims to introduce a systems engineering approach for the development of solutions to embedded problems. It will expose the student to the complexities of the design of socio-technic systems, including problems of managing existing components, legacy systems and other imposed constraints such as legal frameworks.

    • Major Project (60 Credits) - Compulsory
      This module provides you with the opportunity to undertake a major piece of self-directed computing and engineering project using the knowledge and skills learnt throughout the programme. You're expected to provide a significant personal contribution to all phases of the engineering design and development process, appropriate to the goals of your programme.
    • System-on-Chip Design and Implementation (30 Credits) - Compulsory
      This module aims to introduce you to the design and implementation of systems typically having potentially complex concurrent behaviour, stringent timing requirements, and significant communication requirements in a single field programmable gate array (FPGA) chip. The principles underpinning of real-time hardware and software are also addressed and deployed. The focus is on structured design principles and techniques that yield, cost-effective, ad hoc and testable systems whose development typically involves the integration of custom hardware, software or hardware interfaces, IP devices or peripherals, one or more processors, and software.

Classes are held at our Dubai Knowledge Park campus Monday to Friday between 8:30am and 6:30pm (Please note: there will be No Classes scheduled on Friday’s between 12.00pm to 2.00pm). Additional sessions may be scheduled over the weekend or holiday periods and you should expect to receive notice of these in advance.

You will be actively involved in a range of learning, teaching and assessment approaches as part of your programme. These approaches ensure that you are involved and engaged by placing you at the centre of your own learning. You will be required to actively participate in learning activities and engagement with your fellow students, both individually and collaboratively. Faculty increasingly use existing and emerging technologies and your programme will be facilitated using a variety of media and online tools (My Learning on UniHub, podcasts, wikis, etc.) which will allow you access to a diverse range of online resources and learning materials. By engaging in e-learning you will also be developing skills of which are essential for your learning and highly valued by employers. Such skills including flexibility, communication, IT skills and team work.

We accept students with a diverse range of entry qualifications and from varying backgrounds. The following international qualifications are normally considered for admission:

Successful completion of the Middlesex University International Foundation Programme (IFP)*** (equivalent programmes from other Universities/Colleges/Institutes will be considered).
Indian Secondary School Certificates issued by the CBSE/ISC boards/NIOS/All State Boards may be considered: minimum grade of 55% + Maths 70%

112 UCAS points, including 80 points from at least two science or numerate-based subjects and GCSE English and Maths at grade C or above.

You must have passed the full IB Diploma. In some cases applicants will also need to have studied certain subjects at Standard or Higher Level. If you are unsure about the suitability of your qualifications or would like help with your application, please contact for support.

Students who have completed their GCSEs are eligible to join our International Foundation Programme – a one year programme to prepare students for entry onto our Undergraduate Programmes. Please note that students must meet the British AS and A Level entry requirements in order to gain entry into the First Year of any one of our Undergraduate Programmes. Grade C in Maths

UAE’s General Secondary Education Certificate Examination Grade 12 (Tawjihiya) plus successful completion of the Middlesex University International Foundation Programme (IFP)*** or equivalent programmes
Completion of Year 1 at a recognised post-secondary institution (university / college). Candidates that have successfully completed FSC/HSC are admitted to the Middlesex University’s International Foundation Programme (IFP)***
Minimum overall grade of 12. Students completing the High School Diploma are admitted to the International Foundation Programme (IFP)***
Candidates are admitted to the International Foundation Programme (IFP)***
National Curriculum of the countries of Russia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan: Candidates are admitted to the International Foundation Programme (IFP)***
Candidates are admitted to the International Foundation Programme (IFP)***
Students with American High School Diploma are eligible to join our Foundation programme. However, if you have passed the American High School Diploma with the university required GPA and SAT or ACT or AP Scores you may be eligible for direct entry into Year 1 of the undergraduate programme. If you are unsure about the suitability of your qualifications or would like help with your application, please contact for support.
BTEC Level 3 qualifications***** (suite of qualifications known as Nationals) may be considered for direct entry into an undergraduate programme

***** BTEC qualifications (QCF) (suite of qualifications known as Nationals) are acceptable both on their own and in combination with other qualifications. Applicants are expected to have studied for the Diploma or Extended Diploma. The Certificate, Subsidiary Diploma and 90 Credit Diploma are expected to be studied in combination to equal that of at least the Diploma (for example, the Subsidiary Diploma would need to be offered in combination with either a Diploma or two GCE A levels).

Note: *** International Foundation Programme (IFP) is a one year programme to prepare students for entry to Undergraduate programmes

This list shows only a selection of qualifications. If your high school system does not appear here, please contact our Admissions Office and we will be able to advise you further.

English Language Requirements (Undergraduate)

All programmes at Middlesex University Dubai are taught in English and applicants with previous education outside of English-speaking countries (such as the UK, the United States, Canada, England, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand), must demonstrate English language proficiency as follows:

English Language Test

Entry Requirement

IELTS Academic

6.0 (minimum 5.5 in each band)

TOEFL Internet-based

72 (17 in listening & writing, 20 in speaking and 18 in reading)

PearsonPTE Academic


Additionally, students with the following qualifications may be considered as having met the English language requirements:

English Language

Entry Requirement

GCSE/IGCSE/O-Level English

(as a first or second language)

Grade C or Higher

CBSE/ISC boards/NIOS/All state boards

Minimum grade of 65% in English

International Baccalaureate

Minimum grade 5 in English A1 (Standard or Higher Level) in IB OR a minimum of grade 5 in English B (Higher Level)

West African/Nigerian Curriculum


Minimum grade “C6“

For admissions related enquiries, kindly contact our admissions team on 0097143678100 / 0097143751212 alternatively you can email on

This programme will prepare students to work in a number of areas including design engineering, electrical, electronic, computer and engineering. The breadth of opportunities available after completing an electronics engineering degree is immense. Careers range from electronics or associated industries such as robotics, mechatronics, automation etc. all over the world. Graduates may also start their own business in electronic design and/or production and be a part of the automation boom. Alternatively, graduates may continue studying towards a Master's or PhD, where this electronics degree will provide a strong foundation.

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