Imperial College London
Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) is more than just power generation. It is about addressing the challenges of the future: producing clean energy, devices to monitor people’s health, robotic assistants to assist with daily tasks, interconnecting transport, cities and people by the use of 5G and smart technologies. It is about understanding mathematics and physics and being able to apply them to real world solutions.
The course will reflect the typical life of our undergraduate students with a combination of lectures giving a flavour of both our first year modules, and a view of some of our research. You will also be based in the laboratories where we will introduce you to some of the practical skills and put theory into practice.
17 July 2023 - 21 July 2023
18 PROGRAMME PLACES
Have achieved a minimum of eight GCSEs with at least five at grades 7-9, including maths and sciences. Have achieved a minimum of grade 5 in GCSE English Language.
Be studying Maths and Physics at A-level or equivalent.
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