The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science prides itself on the excellent facilities we have to offer for both students and staff.
- We have a dedicated technical support team who are available to offer help and support, as well as managing the equipment loans desk.
- As well as general computing labs and facilities we offer specialist labs for computer games, graphics programming, video editing, design and robotics.
- We have a number of dedicated Electronics and Electrical Engineering labs and specialist research laboratories.
- We have a large amount of computers available for student use and a number of wireless hotspots to enable students with laptops to access the campus network.
Our Facilities Include:
Electrical Engineering Facilities
We have a wide range of Electrical Engineering and Electronics laboratories for student use, including a Surface Mount Lab, Power and Machines Lab, PCB Fabrication workshop, Robotics Lab and more. We also have dedicated research laboratories for RF, EMC and Antennas, Communications Systems, Energy Research and Future Ubiquitous Networks. Read more
Skeleton PC Systems with bootable caddy drives allows users to install their own operating systems with full administrator access, and Wi-Fi access for downloading software and authentication. Read more
Along with our general computing labs and facilities we also offer specialist labs for computer games, graphics programming,video editing and robotics. Overall we have over 200 computers available for student use and a number of wireless hotspots to enable students with laptops to access the campus network. Read more
Student Breakout Areas
Breakout areas are used by students to relax in between lectures or to hold group meetings. Each area is equipped with vending machines, relaxed seating and open access PCs.
The Student Support Office provides a central School reception where students can receive information and guidance as well as submit work for assessment. Our friendly staff are always available to answer any administrative queries students may have. Read more