Electrical and Electronic Technology

Course details

  • Year of entry 2022
  • Location Wrexham
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Students using electrical engineering facilities

Why choose this course?

Our Summer School courses in Computing and Engineering give you the opportunity to experience academic subject study either as a continuation of your current studies or as preparation courses for joining the final year of our degree programmes. You will study a mixture of academic lectures, engaging study sessions, and English language classes.

  • Study in the beautiful North Wales in the UK, and experience a taster of British university life on our vibrant Wrexham campus.
  • Enjoy access to our modern, state-of-the-art learning facilities and our excellent student support services.
  • Take part in our special social programme of events, where you can meet other international students from around the world and have the opportunity to improve your English language skills.

Key course features

  • Worth a total 60 UK university credits.
  • On completion of the top-up course, you will have the opportunity to go onto the final year of an Honours Bachelor degree programme and complete the degree in one year, including your summer school.
  • Learn key knowledge and skills which will help to prepare you for academic study on the final year of your undergraduate degree course. 

What you will study

The summer school offers an intensive programme of learning with involving a range of different teaching methods. 

Having completed your year of study, you will have the opportunity to undertake a Master's Degree in one year, completing two qualifications in just two years.

Modules you may study on the course include:

  • ENG 575 Analytical Techniques (Maths) (10 Credits)
  • ENG 501 Business and Management (10 Credits)
  • ENG 520 Elecgtrical Power Systems (10 Credits)
  • ENG512 Control Engineering (10 Credits)
  • English (20 credits)

Entry requirements & applying

Our courses are open to international students over the age of 18, whatever your background or country of residence.
 
The Summer School courses typically don’t require you to have any previous knowledge of the topics, and therefore provide an ideal chance to discover a completely new subject or personal interest. However, students on the Summer School should be at B2 level (or equivalent) in English language.

If you would like to apply for the course, you can fill out our direct application form here

Fees & funding

All of our summer school courses cost £690 (including deposit) which will cover the cost of technical tuition and English language tuition. 
 
*These courses are in often in popular demand, however if a course does have an insufficient number of students registered it will not be offered. In such an event, any registered students will be offered an alternative programme or given a full refund of any fees paid.

Accommodation

International students coming to study on our Summer School courses can be provided with on-campus accommodation, or are allocated to university housing a short distance from the main campus. All university accommodation is single en-suite (private toilet and shower), and students will normally share a fully equipped kitchen designed for up to 6 people. Wrexham Village on the Wrexham campus is in close proximity to the library and other on-site learning facilities, as well as being a short distance away from Wrexham town centre itself. Wi-fi access is available across the entire campus and accommodation blocks are given 24-hour security protection.

For more information on the accommodation available at Wrexham Glyndŵr University, please visit our accommodation page, or contact our friendly accommodation team at accommodation@glyndwr.ac.uk or on 01978 293344.

International

If you are applying as an European / International Student, and live outside of the UK, you should make your application through our online application system, Centurus.

For information about the university’s entry requirements for EU/international students, please visit our international section