More than 1,400 Loughborough University students complete a 12-month placement each year. They join a range of organisations and deliver tangible benefits to their hosts as well as honing a range of workplace skills. Our students work in a variety of sectors including automotive, aerospace, electronics, consumer goods, computer software and food processing. The aim of the module is to develop sufficient knowledge of the architecture and organization of computer systems to be able to predict the hardware effects of executing microprocessor instructions. Further develop skills in electronics, programming and mechanical design and construction.

  • If you do not take one of these subjects in your final examinations, you will need an average grade across 4 semesters in it.
  • This module is suitable for students from technical programmes and from psychology, business, digital media and social sciences.
  • The Computing Research Association’s Committee on Widening Participation in Computing Research (CRA-WP) is one of CISE’s Broadening Participation in Computing Alliances.
  • For full-time study, you must satisfy the General Entrance Requirements for admission to a first degree course and hold a GCSE pass at Grade C/4 or above in English Language and Mathematics .
  • In the final year, you’ll design and carry out an individual project based on your own interests and linked to current research areas within the schools.

Part-time students can take up to a maximum 90 credits per year, so the maximum fee in a given year will be the government permitted maximum fee of £6,935. This module explains how concepts and techniques from networking, operating systems and object-orientated programming can be combined to develop distributed systems. The module will impart a detailed understanding of event ordering, logical and physical clocks together with the practical facets of distributed system structuring using the client-server approach. This module introduces the concepts and issues of web and server side applications interfacing with networked, relational databases through SQL. The module also explores the differences between coding for a desktop computer and a mobile device together with the creation of apps that operate in a multi-tiered and distributed environment.

Canadian International Matriculation Programme

Students choosing a period of paid work placement or study abroad as a part of their course should be aware that there may be additional travel and living costs, as well as tuition fees. If your study continues into future academic years your fees are subject to an annual increase. Please take this into consideration when you estimate your total fees for a degree.

Where courses have specific subject requirements, an ‘A’ or ‘B’ grade would normally be required in line with UK A Level requirements. Where courses have specific subject requirements, students will need to achieve a4or higher in at least two 140-hour courses. For students taking theVitnemål for Videregående Opplæring, typical offers range from4.00to5.25average of all Final Assessment Grades. Where courses have specific subject requirements, a score between 87% and 95% will normally be requested in state exams in these subjects. For students taking the new French Baccalauréat Général , we typically require an overall result between 13.0 – 15.5 with results of in two speciality subjects. Typical offers range from 80% – 93% overall in the Diplome d’Etudes Collegiales with specific subject marks of 80% – 96% required for some courses.

Electronic Engineering Undergraduate Admissions

This has enabled the computing industry to nearly double the performance and functionality of digital electronics roughly every two years within a fixed cost and area. However, with the end of Dennard scaling and the slowing of Moore’s Law, the continued scalability of applications has become a major concern. Computing in a post-Moore world will require a comprehensive rethinking of technologies across the entire computing stack to continue to deliver the computing-based innovation that has relied on this scalability. The Faculty-wide Engineering – You’re Hired Week is a compulsory part of the second year programme, and the week has been designed to develop student academic, transferable and employability skills.