At Electrical and Computer Engineering from The University of the West Indies students build competence through the application of standard laboratory tools and techniques necessary to plan and realise engineering objectives, as individuals and within teams, taking account of environment safety and health issues, commercial and economic factors, legal considerations, relevant business practice, sustainability, and social considerations.
Students at Electrical and Computer Engineering from The University of the West Indies will:
- Function effectively in industry
- Undertake advanced studies in the discipline
- Conduct relevant and innovative research and development
- Contribute to the social, economic and intellectual growth of the Caribbean region
- Analog Signal Processing
- Discrete Structures
- Digital Systems Laboratory
- Probability with Engrg Applic
- Data Structure & Software Principles
- Computer Systems Engineering
- Algorithms and Models of Comp.
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- Undergraduate Confirmation Receipt
- Application Processing Fee Receipt
- Birth Certificate
- Marriage Certificate (where applicable)
- Legal Affidavit or Deed Poll if present name is different from that on the Birth Certificate
- Academic Certificates [GCE, CAPE (CXC), CSEC (CXC).
- Professional Certificate/Diploma
- Official transcripts sent directly from awarding institutions
- Autobiographical Statement
- English Proficiency
National students - Campus Contributing Countries - TT$500 per credit
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