By far, the 21st Century has witnessed the fusion of electronics and computers in so much as it is almost impossible nowadays to find a modern device which is devoid of a micro-processor or microcontroller of some kind inside, giving rise to a new breed of smart and ubiquitous devices that will shape our life in the future. In the first year of the programme, the fundamentals of electronics, mathematics, as well as the underlying principles and theory of computing are introduced. The second and third years build on the first with core modules in electronics, computing and communication systems. Moreover, in their last level, students will have one industrial attachment for one full semester so that they can apply their theoretical knowledge to solve real world problems in electronic engineering. Students will have to complete a final year individual project to be qualified for the BEng programme. This BEng (Hons) Electronic Engineering programme meets the academic requirements set by the Council of Registered Professional Engineers (CRPE) of Mauritius.
August of each year
‘A’ Level in Mathematics and one subject from Physics, Chemistry, Physics with Chemistry, Electronics, Computer Studies, Design and Technology, or any other applied science subject acceptable to APL/APEL committee at HSC, GCE “A” Level, or Baccalaureate, or alternatively holding an Advanced or Higher Technician Diploma, or the Brevet de Technicien Supérieur of the Industrial and Vocational Training Board (Mauritius), or the Full Technological Certificate of the City and Guilds of London Institute, or an alternative diploma approved by APL/APEL committee.