Automotive Electronic Engineering at Brighton

Georgios Stergioulas talks about studying Automotive Electronic Engineering MSc here.


This course follows the very latest developments in automotive technology and is heavily centred on practical lab assignments, using the theory taught in the classroom. This keeps everything interesting and cements the knowledge gained.

I would wholeheartedly recommend this course.  Not only is it aligned with current research and development of automotive electronics, it is also taught in a way that brings the students closer to the subject and makes them love and appreciate the technology behind every aspect of a modern vehicle.

I secured employment working as a design engineer at Ford, in the Dunton Technical Centre of research and development, even before I finished my dissertation.