This Computer Systems Engineering with a Year in Industry course from University of East Anglia is highly practical, allowing you to combine your interest in computing science alongside hardware-based subjects such as electronics, embedded devices and networking. Crucially, it will give you the flexibility to deepen your knowledge in specialised areas or explore a broader range of subjects.
You’ll start by mastering computer programming using various languages and on different platforms, giving you a solid grounding in software. You’ll then build on this by focusing on hardware – including looking at computer architectures and networks, not just in PCs but in a range of devices. Underpinning this will be the practical study of electronics, and you’ll develop your skills in circuit design and construction too.
In addition to academic study you will put yourself one step ahead of fellow graduates by spending a year in industry. You will gain valuable work experience and have the chance to build your professional skills and confidence. Relevant work experience is a great asset in today’s competitive job market than. A year in industry will not only give you first-hand knowledge of the way in which your field operates, it will also greatly improve your chances of progressing within that sector as you gain valuable contacts and insight.
Your final year project will allow you to bring all of this work together to focus on a particular real-world problem.
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