Study Electrical and Electronics Engineering with science
At University of Santander we train engineers capable of solving the greatest global challenges. As an electrical engineer you can help develop precision agriculture technology to increase food production efficiency, refine aircraft electrical systems and even build smart grid systems to help manage alternative energy resources. Or, like our team of researchers, you could develop medical technology such as the artificial pancreas.
What is electrical engineering? Electrical engineering involves fields such as electronics, computer systems, telecommunications, bioengineering, control, robotics and electrical power engineering. Electrical engineers design and build systems and machines that generate, transmit, measure, control and use electrical energy essential to modern life.
Why combine engineering with physics? Complete these two bachelor degrees in just five years – deepen your technical skills with advanced physics courses. Physics is fundamental to engineering and a deeper knowledge of this science can help you solve more complex engineering problems. This advanced theoretical background will also open up opportunities in research and development.