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Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Electronic and Electrical (awarded by Teesside University, UK)

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Course Curriculum
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Programme Objectives

The overall aims of the programme are to:

• Produce graduates with an enthusiasm for electrical and electronic engineering, an appreciation of its application in different contexts and to involve them in an intellectually stimulating and satisfying experience of learning and studying.
• Produce graduates with knowledge of the importance of electrical and electronic engineering in an industrial, environmental, academic, economic and social context.
• Produce graduates with the ability to apply a variety of methods of study in the investigation and analysis of problems in electrical and electronic engineering.
• Produce graduates with the electrical and electronic engineering knowledge and skills required to critically evaluate information, assumptions, arguments and concepts for solving real engineering problems.
• Produce graduates with the qualities and skills for employability, enabling them to either pursue programmes of further study and research, or to move directly into their chosen employment in industry and/or consulting/research organisation where they will manage their own continuous professional development.

 

Programme Curriculum

Year 1
Electrical and Electronic Principles
Engineering Design and CAD
Group Design Project CE
Physics and Instrumentation
Professional Skills for Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Properties of Materials
Digital Electronics and Programme Logic Controllers
Calculus
Engineering Mathematics

Year 2
Analogue and Digital Communications Principles
Electrical Engineering
Electrical Machines
Linear Systems and Control
Employment Skills for Engineers
Digital Electronics Design and Implementation
Embedded Systems
Electronics and Networks
Laplace Transforms
Mathematics for Instrumentation and Electrical Engineers

Year 3
Management Skills for Engineers
Electronics
Project
Electrical Engineering Design and Implementation
Power Systems
Electric Drive Systems

 

Distinctive Features

This degree programme embraces a broad spectrum of electrical and electronic engineering activities ranging from digital electronics and communications to power distribution. This broad base enables graduates to gain employment in a wide range of industries but is particularly useful for employment in traditional manufacturing, process or power industries.

 

Why MDIS School of Engineering?

• Fully-equipped Engineering laboratory and workshops on campus
• Diverse teaching team with relevant industrial experience
• Up-to-date curriculum and hands-on practical lessons

 

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University Awards

• Awarded Silver in the new Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), 2017
• HR Excellence in Research Award for demonstrating a robust and public implementation strategy of improving the career development of researchers
• Customer First accreditation for its services to business
• 94% BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering students recommend Teesside University to other students (National Student Survey 2017)
• 93.3% satisfaction rate for learning experience at Teesside University (International Student Barometer Survey 2017)

 

 

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Teesside University

Teesside University is a leading university with an international reputation for academic excellence that provides an outstanding student and learning experience underpinned by research, enterprise and the professions.

Teesside is a real-world university that prides itself on its inclusive, consultative, responsive, friendly and open approach and on the significant positive social, economic and cultural impact that it has upon the communities that it serves and the wider economy of the North of England.

Founded on a rich heritage, the University has taken a leading role in employer engagement, the enhancement of learning, teaching and the student experience, real-world research, staff and leadership development, employer workforce development, social, cultural and community enrichment and widening participation.

Teesside University is a global education pioneer for animation, games and computer graphics and is ranked as one of the top 20 places in the world to study animation (3D World).

Teesside has a flourishing and dynamic research culture, producing ‘world-leading and internationally excellent’ research in the last UK Research Evaluation Framework (REF) assessment, which is increasingly making a real and valuable contribution to society in areas such as Social Policy and Allied Health.

The University has invested more than £260m on its award-winning campuses in recent years to further enhance the experience and support provided to students, and it remains committed to investment-led growth.

Programme Structure

Full-time and Part-time programmes available.

 

Module Descriptions

Year 1

Electrical and Electronic Principles
This module will introduce the fundamentals of electrical circuit theory and how to apply this to analyse simple electric/electronic circuits. The module will also introduce a range of analogue electrical/electronic circuits and how these may be applied in engineering problems.

Engineering Design and CAD
This module introduces the student to the basic principles and practice of Engineering Design and the use of Computer Aided Design (CAD) systems. Students will be introduced to methods of graphical communication, competing requirements, and organisation of design data. CAD will be used to produce simple orthographic and schematic representations of engineered components.

Group Design Project CE
This module will provide students with the opportunity to work in a group in order to solve a well-defined electrical, electronic or instrumentation problem. It will give the students an understanding of their knowledge and limitations and the importance of working with other members of a group. The module will introduce students to the design and understanding of practical electronic circuits and devices.

Physics and Instrumentation
This module provides an introduction to instrumentation by studying the principles and characteristics of measurement systems and elements and their underlying physical principles.

Professional Skills for Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Knowledge of the degree subject is not the only thing a student will learn at university, nor is it the only thing which potential employers will be looking for after graduation.  Students also need to develop a range of skills which will be applicable in all walks of life. These include the ability to communicate clearly and effectively to different audiences, both orally and in writing; the ability to make an effective contribution as a member of a team, and also to work independently or on their own initiative when required; the ability to tackle problems; the ability to locate information and assess its usefulness, and the ability to make efficient and effective use of the latest information technology. Students will also learn to assess their own performance - recognise and build on their strengths, identify and improve their weaknesses.

Properties of Materials
This module aims to provide foundational knowledge of important properties of engineering materials together with a hands-on appreciation of these through laboratory-based practical sessions. Fundamental relationships between processing, structure, properties and performance will be explored to highlight factors which influence the suitability of materials for various engineering applications.

Digital Electronics and Programme Logic Controllers
The module will introduce basic digital logic operations and simple digital logic circuits. It will focus on the implementation of sequencing and safety interlock logic control systems.

Calculus
This module introduces the calculus skills that are of relevance to studies in engineering at degree level. The topics of differential and integral calculus are introduced and developed.  The module develops the mathematical skills and techniques of fundamental operations: differentiation and integration to solve first order differential equations. It develops the student’s skills in selecting and applying Calculus techniques where it is appropriate to solve engineering problems.

Engineering Mathematics
This module introduces the range of mathematical skills that are of relevance to studies in engineering at degree level. The fundamentals of algebra, trigonometry, and basic statistics are introduced and developed. The fundamental ideas of vectors, matrices and complex numbers are introduced and developed.  The module develops a range of mathematical skills and techniques fundamental to the solution of engineering problems, and develops the student’s skills in selecting and applying mathematical techniques appropriate to the solution of engineering problems.

 

Year 2

Analogue and Digital Communications Principles
This module provides an introduction to analogue and digital communications principles and communications systems. Topics include analogue communication including signal analysis and noise, analogue modulation techniques, followed by digital communications principles including digital modulation techniques. The module also develops an understanding of transmission media including fibre optic and wireless communication systems.

Electrical Engineering
This module covers the three phase analysis required in electrical power and distribution systems and covers a range of potential design aspects. The study extends to cover instances where fault conditions are present and their effects to infrastructure. The utilisation of transformers with in the distribution network is also considered with particular emphasis on losses and efficiency of pre-defined time periods.

Electrical Machines
This module provides an introduction to electrical machines and covers all the major machines: DC, induction and synchronous, as well as some special machines including stepper and variable reluctance motors. Machine performance and operation characteristics are investigated in-depth in both analytical and experimental methods.

Linear Systems and Control
This module is designed to introduce the student to time-domain and frequency-domain representations of signals and systems. In addition, it introduces techniques necessary to create dynamic models of engineering systems and the key concepts of control.

Employment Skills for Engineers
This module develops the individual self-marketing, confidence and professional skills that are typically demanded by potential graduate employers.

Digital Electronics Design and Implementation
This group project module will provide students with the opportunity to work in teams in order to solve an industrially relevant digital electronics design problem. In this module, students will develop employability skills such as project management, presentation of work, research and commercial awareness in order to support problem solving in a technical context.

Embedded Systems
This module will provide students with the opportunity to work in teams in order to solve an industrially relevant real-time embedded system application. The module will allow student to develop their knowledge of embedded systems and, their programming and application in real-time systems.

Electronics and Networks
The module will provide the knowledge, principles, theorems, and analysis methods for electrical networks and operational amplifier based electronic circuits.

Laplace Transforms
This module introduces advanced techniques that are relevant to the solution of discipline-specific engineering problems. The content includes the solution of second order differential equations and Laplace Transforms.

Mathematics for Instrumentation and Electrical Engineers
This module introduces advanced techniques that are relevant to the solution of discipline specific engineering problems. The content includes the solution of Fourier Series and transforms, and matrix algebra.
 

Year 3

Management Skills for Engineers
In this module, students will be put into situations they are likely to meet as either senior decision makers in large engineering organisations or key managers in small medium enterprises operating in the engineering or other business sector.

Issues such as ethics, conflict in a team, equality and diversity, presenting to challenging non-technical audiences (members of the public or the media for example) and corporate responsibility are considered from a senior management perspective. Managing teams is also addressed in topics including motivation, individual competence, project risk, health and safety and commercial awareness.

Electronics
This module will cover interaction of circuit segments (loading), temperature dependence and device variability and how to design robustly around these problems.  It will use the ‘library’ of common configurations to build larger circuits and to see how integration and component matching facilitates complex general and application-specific circuits, with examples drawn from the variety of analogue devices currently available.

Project
This module further develops independent learning skills by allowing the student to investigate an area of Engineering for an extended period. The student will work independently or in a small team, but will be assessed by the production of individual work.

Electrical Engineering Design and Implementation
This module will give the students an understanding of their knowledge and limitations and the importance of bringing in and working with people with a different knowledge base and skill set. It will develop a consolidated set of employability skills in project management, presentation of work, research and commercial awareness in order to support complex problem solving in a technical context and enhance the awareness of professional issues such as health, safety, environment and ethics in the workplace.

Power Systems
This module presents methods of power system analysis in order to understand a broad range of topics related to power system engineering. It includes studies on operation, design and economics of power generation, transmission/distribution systems. Frequency and voltage control, and protection schemes are covered for both normal and fault conditions.

Electric Drive Systems
This module aims to provide students with the capability to analyse and design power electronic converters and to integrate them in DC and AC electric drive systems.

 

Profile of lecturers and their respective teaching models

The average lecturer/student ratio is 1 : 100 (lecture)
The average lecturer/student ratio is 1 : 30 (tutorial)

 

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Class Intake for 2018

November

 

Programme Structure

Course Duration

Full-Time
Year 1 entry – 36 months
Year 2 entry – 24 months

 

Fees

Application fee of S$321.00

Full-Time programme

Direct year entry Year 1 entry
(3 year course completion)
Year 2 entry
(2 year course completion)
Tuition fees S$39,590.00 (for 3 years) S$26,215.00 (for 2 years)

 

Note:
All fees quoted are inclusive of GST.
Non-tuition fees are not included.
Non-tuition fees for full-time programmes include MDIS membership entrance fees, annual membership fees, MDIS experience seminars, medical insurance, condition tutorial fee (if applicable) and Fees Protection Scheme (FPS) Insurance Premium.

 

Academic Requirements

All applicants must be of age 17 and above, and must obtain one of the following requirements:

For Year 1 entry
• MDIS International Foundation Diploma in Engineering OR
• At least two GCE ‘A’ Levels including grade C in mathematics and an analytical science subject such as biology, chemistry, computer sciences, physics or technology OR
• 12 years of formal education (with maths and physics background or another related science/technology/engineering subject) OR
• PEI qualifications in engineering related fields, equivalent to pathway programmes, with 10 years of formal education

For Year 2 entry
•    Relevant polytechnic diplomas in engineering related fields with a pass grade, equivalent to Year 1 OR
•    Relevant overseas polytechnic diplomas in engineering related fields, equivalent to Year 1, with 10 years of formal education OR
•    Relevant PEI qualifications in engineering related fields, equivalent to Year 1, with 12 years of formal education OR
•    Higher National Certificate (HNC) or Higher National Diploma (HND) in fields of science/technology/engineering

 

Language Requirements

The applicant is required to achieve one of the following:
•    C6 in English at GCE ‘O’ Level OR
•    IELTS 5.5 for Level 4/Year 1 entry OR
•    IELTS 6.0 for Level 5/Year 2 entry OR
•    Pass grade for MDIS Professional Certificate in English at Advanced Level OR
•    Pass the MDIS Placement Test at Advanced Level
 


 

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Class Intake for 2018

November

 

Programme Structure

Course Duration

Full-Time / Part-Time
Year 1 entry – 36 months
Year 2 entry – 24 months

 

Fees

Application fee: S$32.10

Full-Time programme

Direct year entry Year 1 entry
(3 year course completion)
Year 2 entry
(2 year course completion)
Tuition fees S$38,520.00 S$25,145.00
Non tuition fees S$889.35 S$719.47
Total fees S$39,409.35 (for 3 years) S$25,684.47 (for 2 years)

 

Part-Time programme

Direct year entry

Year 1 entry
(3 year course completion)

Year 2 entry
(2 year course completion)
Tuition fees S$37,985.00 S$24,610.00
Non tuition fees S$536.37 S$411.69
Total fees S$38,521.37 (for 3 years) S$25,021.69 (for 2 years)

 

Note:
All fees quoted are inclusive of GST.
Non-tuition fees for full-time programmes include MDIS membership entrance fees, annual membership fees, MDIS experience seminars, medical insurance, condition tutorial fee (if applicable) and Fees Protection Scheme (FPS) Insurance Premium.
Non-tuition fees for part-time programmes include MDIS membership entrance fees, annual membership fees, condition tutorial fee (if applicable) and Fees Protection Scheme (FPS) Insurance Premium.
The above does not include Miscellaneous Fees, which refer to any non-compulsory and non-standard fees which the student will pay only when necessary or applicable.  Such fees are normally collected on an ad-hoc basis by the PEI when the need arises.

Monthly GIRO instalment payment plan available. Terms & conditions apply.

 

Academic Requirements

All applicants must be of age 17 and above, and must obtain one of the following requirements:

For Year 1 entry
• MDIS International Foundation Diploma in Engineering OR
• At least two GCE ‘A’ Levels including grade C in mathematics and an analytical science subject such as biology, chemistry, computer sciences, physics or technology OR
• 12 years of formal education (with maths and physics background or another related science/technology/engineering subject) OR
• PEI qualifications in engineering related fields, equivalent to pathway programmes, with 10 years of formal education

For Year 2 entry
• Relevant polytechnic diplomas in engineering related fields with a pass grade, equivalent to Year 1 OR
• Relevant overseas polytechnic diplomas in engineering related fields, equivalent to Year 1, with 10 years of formal education OR
• Relevant PEI qualifications in engineering related fields, equivalent to Year 1, with 12 years of formal education OR
• Higher National Certificate (HNC) or Higher National Diploma (HND) in fields of science/technology/engineering

 

Language Requirements

The applicant is required to achieve one of the following:
• C6 in English at GCE ‘O’ Level OR
• IELTS 5.5 for Level 4/Year 1 entry OR
• IELTS 6.0 for Level 5/Year 2 entry OR
• Pass grade for MDIS Professional Certificate in English at Advanced Level OR
• Pass the MDIS Placement Test at Advanced Level

 

Financial Assistance Scheme

Student loans from the organisations listed below are available to Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents. Please contact the organisations directly to find out how you may benefit from their services.

 

Study Loans

Organisation Contact Number Website
TCC Limited Tel : 6319 3700 www.tcc.org.sg
DBS Bank Tel : 1800 111 1111 www.dbs.com.sg
Maybank Tel : 1800 629 2265 www.maybank2u.com.sg

 

0% Interest Credit Card Instalment Plans

For All Programmes (Available in 6 or 12 months)

Organisation Contact Number Website
Standard Chartered
Bank
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Citibank Tel : 1800 225 5225 www.citibank.com.sg
Maybank Tel : 1800 968 2265 www.maybank.com.sg
UOB Tel : 1800 226 6121 www.uob.com.sg
OCBC Tel : 1800 363 3333 www.ocbc.com.sg
DBS Tel : 1800 111 1111 www.dbs.com
POSB Tel : 1800 339 6666 www.posb.com.sg
Bank of China  Tel : 1800 669 5566  www.bankofchina.com/sg

 

For Degree and Master (Available in 24 months)

Organisation Contact Number Website
Citibank Tel : 1800 225 5225 www.citibank.com.sg

 

 

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Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Electronic and Electrical (awarded by Teesside University, UK)

COMMENCEMENT DATE  
Class Intake for 2018
November
 
CONTACT DETAILS  

Local students:

Programme Consultant
Ruben Dsilva
Mobile/WhatsApp:
+65 8289 2556
DID:      +65 6796 7717
Email:   ruben_dsilva@mdis.edu.sg

Local general enquiries:
+65 6247 9111

International students:
+65 6796 7660
ib@mdis.edu.sg

 

 

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