The BEng Telecommunications Engineering programme will offer you a thorough foundation in telecommunications. You will gain knowledge of design, implementation, testing and industrial application in the modern field of telecommunications, as well as operating at the cutting-edge of emerging technologies.
Unique selling points of the programme
• Study the electronics of wireless communications, optical communications, and beyond 3G technologies
• Usefully equipped telecommunication laboratories including integrated circuit design modules and power systems
• A wide range of optional modules gives you the opportunity to tailor the course to your own academic and research interests
• Study an up-to-date curriculum that incorporates the latest technological innovations and developments
• Earn two degrees: an XJTLU degree from the Chinese Ministry of Education and a globally recognized degree from the University of Liverpool, a member of the Russell Group of leading UK universities.
Knowledge and skills
By the time you graduate from the BEng Telecommunications Engineering programme, you will:
• have extensive experience in the application of modeling and analytical methods
• be able to use IT tools and computer-aided design systems for modeling, analysis, simulation and design
• be able to recognize the limitations of principles, models, analyses, and methodologies
• be able to design a system, component or process based on initial requirements and constraints.
Modules: Year One
UK degrees are three years long whereas in China they are four, therefore we do accept students with certain qualifications directly into Year Two, which is the start of the main academic programme. Most students, however, enter into Year One, which provides you with a range of interesting modules, language classes and core skills for your degree.
Modules: Year Two
• C and C++ programming and software engineering (optional, EEE101 and EEE102)
• Electrical circuits I (EEE103)
• Electronic circuits – transistors and amplifiers (EEE109)
• Engineering mathematics (MTH101 and MTH102)
• Digital electronics (EEE104)
• Engineering electromagnetism and drives (EEE108)
• Integrated electronics and design (EEE112)
• Experimental skills (EEE116)
• Engineering drawing (optional, EEE118).
Modules: Year Three
• CMOS integrated circuits (EEE201)
• Continuous and discrete time signals and systems (EEE203 and EEE204)
• Digital electronics (EEE205)
• Electrical circuits II (EEE207)
• Electromagnetics (EEE209)
• Electronic circuits and systems (EEE211)
• Engineering mathematics (MTH201)
• Analogue and digital communications I (EEE202)
• Energy conversion and power systems (EEE210)
• Industrial awareness and group project (EEE212)
• Microprocessor systems (EEE216)
• RF engineering and applied electromagnetics (EEE218)
• Instrumentation and control systems (EEE220).
Modules: Year Four
• Analogue and digital communications II (EEE301)
• Information theory and coding (EEE315)
• Data communications (EEE302)
• Final year project (EEE311)
• Wireless systems (EEE326).
Choose from the following:
• Antennas (EEE303)
• Electronics for communications (EEE307)
• Electronics for instrumentation (EEE309)
• Digital design with HDL (EEE339)
• Radio propagation and microwave circuits (EEE341)
• Embedded computer systems (EEE310)
• Photonics and optical communication systems (EEE318)
• Image processing (EEE330)
• Signal processing and digital filtering (EEE336).
Graduates of the BEng Telecommunications Engineering programme find employment in areas such as the design and development of telecommunication technologies or the maintenance and upgrade of current telecommunications infrastructure. The programme will also provide a sound basis for further studies at masters and Ph.D. levels.
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Last updated January 31, 2018