The National University of Ireland, Maynooth is a vibrant, rapidly expanding third-level institution with more than 6,000 students. Situated 25km west of Dublin, it is located in Ireland's only university town, Maynooth, which combines the historical legacy of its medieval origins with a present day location on the fringes of Dublin, adjacent to the Irish and European headquarters of many multinational high technology companies. It offers a student-friendly environment providing world-class teaching and research facilities and courses, while still retaining a uniquely friendly and personal atmosphere. A €100 million building programme has recently been completed, resulting in the most up-to-date academic facilities and student accommodation. The campus also possesses some of the finest state-of-the-art research facilities in Ireland.
The Department of Electronic Engineering at NUI Maynooth offers the following Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes;
Bachelor of Engineering in Electronic Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in Electronic Engineering with Communications
Bachelor of Engineering in Electronic Engineering with Computers
Bachelor of Engineering in Computer,Electronic,or Communications (Common Entry)
Bachelor of Science - Option within the Omnibus Science Degree
- Postgraduate Taught Programme
Postgraduate Research Programme
Foundation Year Programme (NUI Certificate in Engineering)
*The Common Entry option for a BE honours degree in Computer, Electronic or Communications Engineering allows students to postpone their decision to which degree programme until third year.
The NUI Maynooth honours degree programmes in Engineering are currently accredited by the Institute of Engineers of Ireland (IEI). This makes holders of the BE (hons) degree eligible for membership of the institute, while exempting holders from any further written examination on the path to qualifying as a Chartered Engineer. In addition honours graduates are also eligible for associate membership of the Institution of Electrical Engineers (AMIEE) in the UK and membership of the Institution of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (MIEEE) in the USA.
Students who obtain a good class Honours Degree may be given the opportunity to undertake research for a Higher Degree (MEngSc or PhD), under the supervision of an academic staff member. There are several ways in which financial support can be obtained for such students. There are also taught postgraduate programmes at Higher Diploma and Master of Engineering levels in engineering based on the expertise of the academic staff members within the faculty.
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Last Update: Wednesday, 30-Jan-2013 14:57:50 GMT