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Technology is transforming our lives. Combine computing skills and engineering expertise to build the future.
Technology is continuing to evolve and rapid developments and digitisation are changing life as we know it. Learn to design the innovative systems behind these developments while examining how they collect and process information.
You could study just computer science or electronic engineering, but by studying a programme that is a 50/50 split, you’ll be able to choose from a wider range of career opportunities. Our expert teaching team cover the foundations of computer software and hardware, with modules in everything from programming and circuit design to operating systems and signals.
In our Electronics Lab and Informatics Teaching Lab, you’ll get practical experience with digital circuit design, embedded systems and various software development tools. These form the foundation of computer systems, the internet and the applications that run on it. You’ll also learn about intelligent systems, which have a range of applications, from vehicles to smart cities.
You’ll have the chance to complete two practical projects. In your second year, you’ll team up with other students on an engineering project, which will be software-based. Then in your final year, you’ll work on a hardware or software-based project focused on your interests.
Not only will you graduate with a range of sought-after skills, but you’ll also have built a strong personal brand, thanks to our MySkills initiative within the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science. Get ready to impress employers and secure a role where you can put your knowledge into action.
This programme will be reviewed for re-accreditation by The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) in December 2023. This review is expected to result in accreditation for the 2024 and 2025 intakes. Accreditation can only be granted after a successful review and is subject to approval by the IET’s Academic Accreditation Committee.
This three-year programme is available with an additional foundation year, as well as an optional industrial experience year or year abroad.
Please note that all modules are subject to change.
Find out more about module descriptions and assessment in our module directory.
Choose one from:
Choose two modules from:
Please note that optional modules are subject to timetabling constraints and module availability.
Apply for this degree with any of the following options. Take care to use the correct UCAS code - it may not be possible to change your selection later.
Students who do not have the required high school qualifications for admission to this degree, or do not meet their UCAS conditional offer, may be considered for our Electronic Engineering foundation year, which offers students who meet progression requirements a pathway to year one of BEng Computer Systems Engineering.
International students who may not have had the chance to study A-level-equivalent qualifications may qualify for our one-year International Science and Engineering Foundation Programme, commonly known as the ISEFP.
On successfully completing the ISEFP, and subject to meeting the progression requirements, you are guaranteed a place on your chosen degree programme at Queen Mary.
This degree can be taken with an optional Industrial Experience Year, spent working in a role related to your field of study. This is taken in your third year of studies. Past students have worked with companies including:
Find out more about degrees with industrial experience.
Please note that industrial placements are highly competitive and awarded based on application, academic track record and performance at interview. If you are not successful in securing a placement, your third year will be spent at Queen Mary completing your studies.
Go global and add an optional year abroad to your degree. Our School has a wide range of international partners all over the world. Find out more about study abroad opportunities at Queen Mary.
Please note - you can either do a year in industry or a year abroad - you cannot combine these options.
You’ll spend 15 to 20 hours per week in lectures, laboratory sessions and tutorials. You will also be expected to complete additional hours of independent study. You’ll meet with your personal advisor regularly to ensure that you are settling in and progressing well.
Assessment typically includes a combination of coursework (presentations, assignments, essay report writing, in-class tests, research and project work) and/or examinations in May or June.
Individual and group projects are assessed through a written report, practical demonstration and oral examination.
As a student, your home will be the Mile End campus. You'll spend lots of time in our ITL building, which is only used by Electronic Engineering and Computer Science students. This lab is made up of 300 fully networked multimedia workstations, which run both the Linux and Windows operating systems. The ITL is due to undergo a £5.8 million refurbishment, funded by the Office for Students.
A range of specialised equipment is also available in the Electronics Lab.
The labs are open seven days a week, generally between 8am and midnight. Students can also gain remote access to the School’s computing facilities 24-hours a day.
We have a number of students employed as 'module demonstrators', who are available in labs to help first and second-year students to navigate software and programming tools.
Alternative offers may be made to applicants taking the Extended Project Qualification.
For further information please visit: qmul.ac.uk/undergraduate/entry/epq
Our standard contextual offer: Grades BBC with B in Maths at A-Level. Excludes General Studies, Critical Thinking.
Our enhanced contextual offer (for care experienced students, refugee/asylum seekers or students who have completed Realising Opportunities or Access to Queen Mary): Grades BCC with B in Maths at A-Level. Excludes General Studies, Critical Thinking.
More information on how this information is used for a contextual offer can be found on our contextualised admissions page.
We accept a wide range of European and international qualifications in addition to A-levels, the International Baccalaureate and BTEC qualifications. Please visit International Admissions for full details.
Find out more about our English language entry requirements, including the types of test we accept and the scores needed for entry to the programme.
You may also be able to meet the English language requirement for your programme by joining a summer pre-sessional programme before starting your degree.
See our general undergraduate entry requirements.
UK students accepted onto this course are eligible to apply for tuition fee and maintenance loans from Student Finance England or other government bodies.
Queen Mary offers a generous package of scholarships and bursaries, which currently benefits around 50 per cent of our undergraduates.
Scholarships are available for home, EU and international students. Specific funding is also available for students from the local area. International students may be eligible for a fee reduction. We offer means-tested funding, as well as subject-specific funding for many degrees.
Find out what scholarships and bursaries are available to you.
We offer specialist support on all financial and welfare issues through our Advice and Counselling Service, which you can access as soon as you have applied for a place at Queen Mary.
Take a look at our Student Advice Guides which cover ways to finance your degree, including:
This course equips students to pursue a wide range of careers within electronics and computing, internet operations or the manufacturing industry.
Previous graduates of this programme are working in roles such as:
Graduates of this programme will also be well-placed to pursue masters degrees in computing and data science, or electronic and electrical engineering.
Our Careers and Enterprise service run regular employability events and workshops, and host industry speakers on campus. We have recently welcomed speakers from companies including IBM, Amazon Web Services and FDM Group.
The Queen Mary careers team can also offer:
Learn more about career support and development at Queen Mary.
We also have an industrial placement advisor within our School, who supports students with finding and applying to year-long placements.
Computer Systems Engineering - BEng (Hons)
Electronic Engineering with Foundation - BEng (Hons)
Computer Systems Engineering with Industrial Experience - BEng (Hons)
Computer Systems Engineering with Year Abroad - BEng (Hons)
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The School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science carries out world-class research – and applies it to real-world problems. Being taught by someone who is changing the world with their ideas makes for exciting lectures, and helps you to stay ahead of the curve in your field. 99 per cent of our research is classed as ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’ (REF 2021).
We are proud of our excellent student-staff relations, and our diverse student body, made up of learners from more than 60 countries.
The School has a close-knit student community, who take part in competitions and extracurricular lab activities.