Founded in 1796, Strathclyde is a leading international technological university, based in Glasgow, Scotland. We are the winner of seven awards from the Times Higher Education in 7 years, are a 5-star QS-rated university, a Top 20 UK university for research, and are truly international, with over 22,000 students from 100+ countries.
Our Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering (EEE) is renowned for its applied research and teaching excellence, and global industry engagement. It is ranked No. 1 in Scotland for its subject by the Times Good University Guide 2018, and 91% of its research is rated as “world-leading or internationally-excellent” by the Research Exercise Framework (REF 2014).
The Department has 10 prestigious Scottish Funding Council (SFC) awards for high calibre Scottish & EU students for its full-time postgraduate course in September 2018: MSc 5G Advanced CommunicationsRoyal College Communications Scholarships
The awards will cover full tuition fees for eligible students and provide a £3,000 scholarship to support with living costs.
On the 5G Advanced Communications course, students will gain expert knowledge of the latest technologies that will drive the next mobile, wireless and communications revolution, and evolve our current 4G environment to 5G communications enabled systems. Applications will cover robotics and autonomous systems, UAVs, health monitoring, cyber-integrated systems and smart grids. With communications impacting on virtually all aspects of society, commerce and business, this course offers excellent career prospects. These include professional and technical positions in global players such as Samsung, Xilinx, MathWorks, Nokia and Texas Instruments, as well as local organisations including Cirrus Logic, Leonardo and Stream.

Administrative Contacts & How To Apply

To apply, please visit our website or contact us, email: eee-pgadmissions@strath.ac.uk telephone: +44 (0)141 548 2170 Twitter: twitter.com/EEEStrathclyde

Funding Notes

To be considered for one of the funded places, candidates must:
– Be of Scottish or European nationality
– Already hold, or will gain by 31st August, a good second class undergraduate degree in a relevant engineering or physical sciences discipline (e.g. electrical, electronic, mechanical, telecommunications, information engineering, or engineering systems)
– Have submitted an application and hold an offer for the MSc 5G Advanced Communications to commence September 2018

Funding Information

Application Deadline:

30 July 2018

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