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2021-03-26 00:00:34

TOP electric and electronic engineering universities in Britain 2022 | Complete University Guide

TOP electric and electronic engineering universities in Britain 2022 | Complete University Guide

Here is ranking of UK Universities with the Strongest Programs in Electrical and Electronics.

Higher education in Britain is a popular choice for international students wishing to study electrical and electronics. Foreigners are attracted, first of all, by the high quality of education and the prestige of British diplomas. The developed system of higher education in the technical field is represented by public and private universities. Leading universities partner with large enterprises and take into account labor market trends when developing electronics programs.

Popular specialties in the field of electronics and electrical engineering:

  • Quantum and Optical Electronics
  • Electronics and microelectronics
  • Electronics and nanoelectronics
  • Electronics and automation of physical installations
  • Microelectronics and Solid State Electronics
  • Nanotechnology in electronics
  • Physical electronics
  • Electromechanics and Electrotechnology
  • Electrical engineering
  • Power engineering
  • Electricity
  • Electrical engineering
  • Electrification
  • Electricity and electrical engineering
  • Thermal power plants
  • High voltage power engineering and electrical engineering.

Best electric and electronic engineering universities in Britain 2022 | Complete University Guide

Rank Institution Entry Standards Student Satisfaction Research Quality Research Intensity Graduate Prospects Overall Score
1 Cambridge 222 4.07 3.48 1 94 100
2 Oxford 215 3.97 3.58 0.97 88 98.5
3 Imperial College London 192 4.18 3.46 1 92 98.1
4 Southampton 186 4.2 3.3 0.97 90 96.9
5 Strathclyde 210 4.07 3.1 0.95 86 96.9
6 Glasgow 203 3.75 3.25 0.91 92 96.7
7 Leeds 168 4.14 3.41 0.69 96 96.2
8 Aberdeen 187 4.05 2.94 0.8   95.1
9 Queen's, Belfast 153 3.96 3.19 0.97 96 94.8
10 Bristol 172 3.91 3.3 0.93 86 94.4
11 Nottingham 149 4.23 3.16 0.86 92 94.4
12 Bath 163 4.21 3.04 0.73 90 94.3
13 Manchester 171 4.09 3.14 0.81 86 94.3
14 Edinburgh 170 3.77 3.3 0.91 86 93.8
15 Heriot-Watt 174 3.81 3.3 0.86 82 93.4
16 King's College London 158 3.95 3.2 0.94   93.4
17 Lancaster 159 3.81 3.08 1 88 93.2
18 Exeter 153 3.78 3.18 0.76 92 93
19 University College London 148 3.95 3.37 1 84 92.9
20 Loughborough 146 4.15 2.65 0.94 92 92.9
21 Birmingham 157 3.85 2.97 0.85 90 92.9
22 Surrey 148 4.27 3.08 0.88 82 92.7
23 Newcastle 138 3.98 3.09 0.82 90 92.3
24 Aston 164 4.18 2.86 0.75 78 92
25 Swansea 121 4 3.29 0.83 90 91.8
26 Essex 123 4.09 2.89 0.89 92 91.7
27 Sheffield 125 4.01 3.22 0.87 88 91.6
28 Northumbria 145 4.1 2.8 1 82 91.5
29 York 139 4.17 2.91 0.68 84 91.3
30 Cardiff 133 3.94 3.31 0.54 86 91.2
31 Liverpool John Moores 152 3.87 2.69 0.37 90 91
32 Ulster 116 4.24 2.89 0.68 90 91
33 Queen Mary, University of London 133 3.82 3.19 0.9 84 90.9
34 Sussex 138 3.73 2.97 0.67 90 90.9
35 Liverpool 128 3.86 3.02 0.8 82 89.8
36 Kent 128 3.71 2.78 0.89 86 89.6
37 Bangor 108 4.27 2.89 0.84 82 89.6
38 Brunel University London 136 3.93 2.7 0.87 78 89.3
39 Hull 133 3.71 2.82 0.53 86 89.2
40 Plymouth 124 3.91 2.81 0.41 86 89
41 University of Wales Trinity Saint David 136 4.42 1.75 1   89
42 Central Lancashire 116 4.04 2.36 0.8 88 89
43 Huddersfield 129 4.14 2.48 0.52 80 88.6
44 Portsmouth 104 3.89 2.81 0.22 94 88.5
45 Derby 129 4.4 1.67 1 80 88.5
46 Sheffield Hallam 115 3.96 2.55 0.89 82 88.4
47 Bedfordshire 4.19 2.33 0.57 76 88.2
48 South Wales 128 4.05 2.47 0.2 84 88.1
49 West of England, Bristol 130 4.02 2.85 0.33 76 88
50 Coventry 120 3.99 2.62 0.52 80 87.8
51 London South Bank 113 4.11 2.59 0.91 74 87.5
52 Staffordshire 3.85 2.26 0.38 82 87.2
53 Salford 132 4.03 2.69 0.63 68 87.2
54 Teesside 128 3.99 2.63 0.26 76 87.1
55 Robert Gordon 134 3.77 2.58 0.41 76 87
56 Glasgow Caledonian 146 3.96 2.4 0.32 70 86.9
57 Manchester Metropolitan 128 3.79 2.69 0.63 70 86.5
58 De Montfort 113 3.73 2.29 0.99 78 86.4
59 Birmingham City 144 4.24 2.04 0.3 68 86.4
60 Solent 127 4.27     78 85.7
61 Brighton 113 3.89 2.67 0.27 72 85.3
62 Sunderland 3.91 2.03 0.94 66 84.9
63 Leicester   3.82 2.99 0.94 52 84.7
64 Hertfordshire 104 3.69 2.52 0.87 68 84.4
65 City, University of London 128 3.76 2.85 0.62 54 84.2
66 Westminster 112 3.95 2.03 0.33 66 83.1
67 Leeds Beckett 101 4.23       82.5
68 Greenwich 107 3.56 2.39 0.38 66 82.5
69 London Metropolitan 4.19     58 81
70 Bradford   3.62     64 79.9
71 Anglia Ruskin 88 4.31     50 78.9
72 Highlands & Islands 4.17     44 78
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Egor Eremeev
Current material has been prepared by Egor Eremeev
Education: Westminster University (Business & Management), London.
Egor studied and lived in the UK for 8 years and graduated from the university of Westminster. He is currently the co-founder and the director of business development at Smapse Education and personally visits foreign schools and universities, interviews students studying in those institutions.
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