Collaborative MEng in Electronic & Computer Engineering (ADN Major)
Be a part of our unique Collaborative Masters programme!
The Collaborative MEng in Electronic and Computer Engineering is a joint programme run by Dublin City University (DCU) and Wuhan University. Students who enrol on the programme will undertake modules in China and Ireland over aperiod of two years.
Upon successful completion of the programme, students will be awarded with a Masters degree from both Universities. The first year of this programme is based in Wuhan, China. Students will take modules run by Wuhan University as well as three modules delivered by Dublin
City University. The second year of the programme is based in Dublin, Ireland. Students will travel to DCU in September, where they will undertake five modules and a Masters project.
Graduates of the Collaborative MEng in Electronic and Computer Engineering, specialising in Advanced Data Networks (AND), will be equipped with the skills and expertise required to implement tomorrow’s networking protocols on network devices and user equipment. Indicative topics covered are wireless networking, mesh networks, peer-to-peer networking, sensor networks, network security, and future technologies in these areas.
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What Our Graduates Say
‘I was attracted to postgraduate study at DCU due to the university’s long standing reputation in, and focus upon, the fields of science and technology and the strong links between the university and leaders in the tech industry. As an Engineering graduate in a city renowned as a software and telecommunications hub, a DCU degree offers real opportunities to transition directly into good jobs, with major tech firms, straight from university.’
Dr Sha Yu, Postdoctoral Researcher,
INSIGHT Centre for Data Analytics, DCU
Telecoms Field Engineer
Network Security Engineer
Recepients of this award have been employed by companies including Huawei,WuXi Biologics, Intel, Oracle and IBM. The skills learned, however, are fundamental and can also be applied to many other disciplines. Furthermore, the increasing harmonisation of European standards and US regulations also ensures that graduates will be employable worldwide.
Entry Requirements & Opportunities
This programme is delivered on a full-time basis
International candidates must satisfy the University of their competency in the English language. DCU’s English language requirements can be found at: dcu.ie/registry/english-language-requirements-non-native-speakers-english-registry
Chinese citizens require a visa to enter Ireland and there is a strict limit of 20 hours per week on paid employment during the course.
International students who successfully complete this programme may qualify for the Third Level Graduate Visa Programme, with a Stamp 1G for a period of up to two years. Those who qualify for a Stamp 1G are offered an opportunity to engage in employment in their area of study once they graduate with the possibility of obtaining a longer term work permit if employment is successfully secured. For more visa information, please visit: inis.gov.ie