YOUR FUTURE STARTS HERE
Studying in EEECS you’ll have an incredible student experience, inspiring purpose-built facilities, consistently top-ranking levels of student satisfaction, and a curriculum led by industry needs and designed to equip you for work.
Our courses are guided by an Industrial Advisory Board of experts. Regardless of the study path or modules you choose, you’ll develop the skills and principles for a rewarding career.
Our teaching and research is changing people’s lives and underpins tomorrow’s must-have technologies. From helping cure cancer to improved climate forecasting; assisted living to a secure digital future – electrical engineers, computer scientists, software developers and electronic engineers hold the key to our future.
The School offers a number of degrees, including core, professionally accredited, undergraduate programmes alongside research inspired postgraduate programmes. Taken together, the degrees span the broad disciplines of Computer Science and Electronic and Electrical Engineering, providing a solid grounding in both, as well as encompassing the interface and overlap between disciplines.
‘A big idea is great, but putting that big idea into action has the power to change the world’ Tae Yoo
Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs at Cisco
EXPLORE THE SCHOOL
INCREDIBLE INNOVATION LABS
As part of our world class facilities, we have 4 Innovation Labs to facilitate student projects, broaden student experience and support outreach events. These have a range of incredible technology and opportunities and include the Virtual Reality Lab, Q-LAB Makerspace, Lego Smart City Lab and the Learning Lab.
As a member of our student and research community you will benefit from the use of our exceptional labs, facilities and technology. We have 3 large purpose-built computer labs exclusively for EEECS students as well as several break out spaces, workshop areas and seminar rooms. We also have a variety of specialist facilities in the areas of brain-computer interfaces, robotics, embedded systems, lasers/photonics and networking, and a laboratory-based teaching and research
AN ELECTRIC DELOREAN!
We restored a Delorean, star of the Back to the Future films, but swapped the petrol engine out for an electric motor! This one of a kind car helps us teach electrical engineering and sustainable transport. It can go 88 miles per hour, but cannot fly… yet.
QUEEN'S COMPUTING SOCIETY
QCS, or Queen’s Computing Society, is an academic society which hosts social and academic events for all students within EEECS and beyond. Social events include pub crawls, laser quest, games nights and the annual EEECS Formal! Academic events include hackathons, industry talks, networking, cross-school/society events and more!