Computer Systems Engineering MEng
We live in the age of ‘any device, any time, anywhere’ computing. Technology, communications and consumer electronics are rapidly evolving, and computer systems are central to our everyday interaction, from large scale distributed systems based on the internet to an embedded system in a consumer electronic device such as a mobile phone.
This hands-on course is designed for students who want to understand state-of-the-art developments in hardware and software, and develop the skills and ability to design computer systems in every aspect of commerce and industry.
Brunel’s course works around four themes:
- programming and software engineering;
- computer architecture and applications;
- data communications;
- digital electronic systems.
The range of options available in later years of the programme will allow you to maintain breadth or to specialise, with a focus on computer hardware design, data communication networks or distributed computing.
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The very nature of the technologies that underpin computer systems means that you need not only to understand state-of-the-art developments in hardware and software, but also to have developed the skills to design computer systems for modern commerce and industry.
With demand for experts rapidly growing, this course will equip you with advanced knowledge of computer hardware and architecture, computer software, digital electronics, communication networks, embedded systems and interfacing.
You should be:
- fascinated by all aspects of computers
- excited by the prospect of software development
- intellectually curious and want to examine and develop your potential
- a problem solver with a wish to invent new ways of solving problems using computers
- prepared to push the technology to the limit and make it work for you in delivering a solution.
Our coherent curriculum develops your problem solving, professional development and transferable skills – and we’ve strong links with industry that has led to an excellent record of employability amongst our graduates.
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Stojant į šį universitetą dėmesys yra kreipiamas į pažymius ir Brandos atestato vidurkį, kuris turi būti ne žemesnis kaip 8 + kai kurioms programoms reikalingas matematikos pažymys, kuris gali skirtis prikalusomai nuo programos į kurią stojama. Taigi, labai svarbu yra ne tik atitikti stojimo reikalavimus, bet ir turėti kuo geresnius pažymius!
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Brandos atestatas – jei jau esi baigęs mokyklą, išrašo nereikia, užtenka prie Kastu stojimo anketos prisegti savo Brandos atestatą.
Dėmesio!Konkrečius programos stojimo reikalavimus gali rasti programos aprašyme universiteto tinklapyje. Spausk šiek tiek aukščiau esantį mygtuką Oficiali svetainė, tuomet dešinėje pusėje esančoje meniu juostoje pasirink skiltį Entry requirements ir po Entry Criteria 2017/18 sąrašu esančiame International and EU Entry Requirements pasirink Lithuania. Tuomet pamatysi stojimo reikalavimus.
Pavyzdys.: Jeigu stojimo reikalavimuose parašyta: Average of Grade 9 and 90% in State Examinations in subjects if they are specified in GCE A-level entry requirements. You can find the GCE A-level entry subjects above. If no subjects are specified at GCE A-level then required State exams can be in any subjects.
O prie Entry Criteria 2017/18 parašyta: GCE A-level AAB, including Maths and Physics (General Studies not accepted), tuomet reiškia, kad turi turėti bendrą brandos atestato vidurkį 9 + 90 % iš matematikos ir fizikos egzaminų.
! Jeigu nori studijuoti šiame universitete, tačiau neatitinki studijų programos stojimo reikalavimų arba bijai, kad jų neatitiksi, SPAUSK ČIA ir sužinok, kaip gali įstoti į šį universitetą paprastesnėmis sąlygomis!
Svarbu, jog anglų kalbos testo rezultatai universitetą pasiektų iki Liepos 31d.
Anglų kalbos žinias gali patvirtinti vienu iš šių būdų:
Valstybinis anglų kalbos egzaminas išlaikytas 75 % ir daugiau (gali reikalauti ir didesnio balo priklausomai nuo pasirinktos programos anglų kalbos reikalavimų)
IELTS - 6.0
TOEFL – 80
Computers have had a tremendous impact on every facet of our lives at home and work, in leisure and in communication. Now, and for the foreseeable future, the most significant growth will be in the development of reliable and efficient computer systems. The growth in demand for engineers who are able to design computer systems is therefore expected to continue.
This, combined with the growth in embedded electronic systems across all aspects of our lives, has resulted in many new and exciting employment prospects across all areas of industry and business.
Graduates with appropriate training in this discipline are likely to have excellent employment opportunities in such diverse fields as finance, leisure, media and marketing, as well as in all forms of engineering and computer industries.
There is a relaxed and friendly relationship between students and staff at Brunel and we take a genuine interest and pride in the success of our students and graduates. This, together with acknowledged high quality teaching and resources, results in an excellent record of employment amongst our graduates.
Recent graduates have worked for prominent companies including Barclays Global Investors, the Royal Mail, Thales, Accenture, the Bank of Scotland, British Sky Broadcasting, Fujitsu, IBM UK Ltd, Logica, GMC, the Office of Fair Trading, Viglen Ltd and a variety of design companies.
They have undertaken such roles as technologist, software developer, software engineer, IT specialist, technology analyst, electronic development engineer, computer engineer, consultant, systems administrator, product development engineer, IT support officer and project delivery officer, to name but a few.
You have the opportunity to undertake high quality work placements within prestigious organisations such as Intel, Renesas, O2, General Motors, GSK and Motorola. Increasingly, students are selecting smaller companies to obtain a more flexible placement opportunity.
The industrial placement year is assessed and contributes to your degree – students who successfully complete the placement year graduate with ‘Professional Development’ as part of their degree title in recognition of their time spent in industry.
The University maintains close contact with you during your placement year. Our dedicated Professional Development Centrewith over 30 staff, including specialist industry consultants, and has been named ‘Best University Placement Service’ several years in succession.
At Brunel we provide many opportunities and experiences within your degree programme and beyond – work-based learning, professional support services, volunteering, mentoring, sports, arts, clubs, societies, and much, much more – and we encourage you to make the most of them, so that you can make the most of yourself.