BEng (Hons) Electronic & Electrical Engineering

Jan Feb / Sep Oct
01 Year

The products and services we use in everyday life would not exist unless an electrical and electronic engineer had designed the relevant parts. Electrical and electronic engineers are concerned with making our products faster, cheaper, smaller and better. 


As a modern, civic university, we are integral to the life of the city, but we are also global in our approach, forging international partnerships to facilitate world-leading research and collaboration to tackle some of the huge global issues facing the modern world that have an everyday impact here at home. As an institution we are unashamedly ambitious – for our students, our staff and for the wider global community.


Studying at the Liverpool John Moores University

  • More than 20,643 students from over 100 countries.
  • International and multi-cultural learning communities
  • Education partners in Europe, China, Maylaysia, India and Singapour.
  • Opportunities to study overseas.

Admission Requirement

  • Admission requirements – NDT, HND Electrical & Electronic Engineering or equivalent qualification (Subject to acceptance by LJMU)


One Year Top – Up. Program delivery depends on preference of the majority of the students therefore it could be Weekdays or Weekends.

Program Structure

You will gain detailed knowledge of areas such as internet programming, database applications, artificial intelligence and networking, and after completing a final stage project you may have the chance to undertake further advanced research.

  • Engineering Project
  • Industrial Management
  • Automation
  • Process control
  • Power electronics, drives, system’s
  • Signal processing

Course Fee

Local Fee: TBC
University Royalty Fee: GBP 950 (2017 intake)
** Payment deadlines will be stated by the Academic Affairs Division.

Where next - Job Opportunities

Career paths: It is possible to identify several different roles that graduates of the joint degree pathway are expected to fulfil – competent software engineering technician, trainee computer programmer / software developer, – and these vocational outcomes have formed the basis of this strategically planned curriculum. Initially, students are likely to gain jobs as a trainee skilled practitioner with the prospect for later progression leading to posts of responsibility supervising working within a team based development and support settings within significantly large, as well small scale, industrial and commercial settings. The aim of the pathway is primarily seen to equip graduates to develop the intellectual and pragmatic skills needed to develop quality software artifacts that not only function, and meet client requirements, but also fit within the pragmatic constraints. The role of external and internal standards is also emphasized as being vital. Equally, such topics will equip the graduate to proceed to a higher degree and or participate effectively within a research or academic setting. An important feature of the joint pathway is that the entire software production lifecycle is fully covered from an academic as well as a vocational perspective. Recent graduates have obtained a variety of graduate trainee positions both in industry and the public sector, with good prospects for further promotion in a competitive job market.

How to Apply

Interested candidates should send their updated curriculum vitae along with all academic transcripts to computing@sliit.lk email. For more details please contact on 0773550660, 0777636067 or 0117543600

Apply now and reserve your seat. Limited seats are available for this program.