A Career in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

After six months, 96% of our graduates are in well-paid full-time employment. There is a strong and sustainable demand for graduating electrical and electronic engineers.

These are just some of the fields in which our graduates have found work:-

  • personal and broadcast communication
  • multi-media technologies (video and audio)
  • power and control systems
  • sustainable energy management
  • transportation
  • medical instrumentation
  • monitoring, control and analysis in civil, mechanical and aeronautical engineering

There are electrical and electronic engineers working in an ever-expanding number of fields.  It is now a key profession that might involve the design of complete highly complex systems or of novel opto-electronic components with skills in hardware and software. The power and sustainable energy sectors are particularly vibrant at the moment. 

Because new developments occur daily, electrical and electronic engineers must be able to respond to change by finding creative solutions. Bristol graduates are highly skilled individuals, keen to meet these challenges and confident that their knowledge has both breadth and depth. Needless to say these skills are useful in many professions including financial services, accountancy and management.

We target Bristol electrical and electronic engineering graduates because they have a good grounding in digital design or programming and good problem solving abilities, which means they can support us in designing tomorrow's technologies with these technical and creative problem solving skills

Raeeka Yassaie (Graduate Recruitment and Education Liaison), Imagination Technologies Limited
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