University of Nottingham Ningbo China
BEng, Electrical and Electronic EngineeringBachelor
The BEng in Electrical and Electronic Engineering is a multidisciplinary course. It has the widest technical range of all our courses, allowing you to study a variety of topics including electronic design, communications, software engineering, computer modelling, microelectronics, power generation and distribution, electrical machines, signal processing, renewable energy systems and instrumentation.
We employ hands-on project work wherever possible to develop practical and problem-solving skills. Challenging engineering design projects will enhance your group-working skills while individual projects, which have significant industrial input, will enable you to enhance your skills and understanding in a chosen specialist area.
- You will have the opportunity to gain relevant industrial experience during your degree course. Our industrial liaison officer maintains links with many companies and can assist students to arrange summer and year-out placements.
- Our BEng in Electrical and Electronic Engineering course is accredited by the The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).
- Many students will have the opportunity to take up to a year out to study abroad at a top international university (including our UK and Malaysia campuses) and in universities within the Universitas 21 group.
The degree is offered as a three or four-year programme depending on your entry qualification.
For domestic students, the course structure follows the Chinese higher education system and is based on a four-year programme.
For international students, with relevant qualifications, the course structure follows the UK higher education system and is based on a three-year programme.
Our BEng in Electrical and Electronic Engineering course is accredited by the The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).
Careers and further study
Electrical and electronic engineering continues to be a resilient industry. Our graduates are sought after by a large number of major international companies for recruitment, and we also organise career fairs each year.
Most of our graduates pursue further careers in the engineering sector, but others use the skills developed during the course to work in IT, consultancy, finance, commerce or education.
Among the 72 graduates from the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in 2019, 65 chose to continue their studies. 66.2% of them were admitted into the top 50 universities in the world. One student was admitted by Imperial College London as a PhD student, 1 student was admitted by Nanyang Technology University, and 3 students were admitted by the University of Nottingham.
1. High school diploma and above.
2. Non-Chinese citizens who hold a foreign passport and comply with the relevant regulations set by the “Document No. 12 (2020) of Ministry of Education of the PRC ".
3. Physically and mentally healthy.
4. Applicants under 18 years old (Per September) should provide a letter of guarantee for their guardian in China (notarization required).
1. Scan passport: Front page and Endorsement page (page 3/4, if there is an addition or change of name). (bit.ly/ContohPassport) (bit.ly/ContohEndorsement)
2. Recent passport size photo, with the following format: Recent full-faced passport size photo (the head occupies 70% of the size of the photo); the aspect ratio is 4:3; white background without borders; the size is 100-500KB (*.jpg,*.jpeg). (bit.ly/ContohPhoto)
3. Language Certificates
- English Taught: IELTS with an overall score of 5.5/6.0 or TOEFL IBT 85 (different for each university)
- Chinese Taught: HSK 4-6 (levels and minimum scores are different for each major and university)
4. High school diploma (for bachelor degree) and Bachelor or Master diploma (for master and doctoral degree), hasn’t graduated students should provide an official statement from your high school or university as proof of graduation (Pre-Graduation Statement). (bit.ly/PreGraduationLetter) (bit.ly/PreGraduationLetter2)
5. High school transcripts (for bachelor degree) and university transcripts (for master and doctoral degree), page sorted in 1 file. Please contact your school to get ‘1 sheet’ kinds of transcripts. (bit.ly/ContohOnePageTranscript)
6. 2 (two) recommendation letters from your teachers in high school (for bachelor degree) and two university professors (for master and doctoral degrees) along with letterhead and stamp from the school. Please also include the email and phone number of recommenders. (bit.ly/Contoh_Recommendation_Letter)
7. Study Plan / Personal Statement, approximately 800 words (English/Mandarin) and must be signed with a clear name. You could check general personal statement points grid here (bit.ly/PoinPersonalStatement)
8. Additional requirements that apply vary from university to university, for example:
- Entrance Examination / Interview.
- Curriculum Vitae (CV). (bit.ly/Contoh_CurriculumVitae_CV)
- Financial Statement (from Bank). (bit.ly/ContohFinancialCertificateProof)
- Certificate of No Criminal Record (SKCK) from the Local Indonesian Police. (bit.ly/ContohSKCK)
- Medical Check Up Report. (bit.ly/SyaratPengisianForm) (bit.ly/PhysicalExaminationForm)
- Documents number 4-6 above, MUST be translated into English / Mandarin, and legalized by the school or you could use the services of a sworn translator.
- Documents needed for Additional Requirements do not need to be prepared in advance, our team will follow up with you later.
- Please neatly SCAN each file in pdf format, the size must not be more than 1 MB (except the passport photo must comply with the requirements above), then upload everything to the system at www.greatwall.co.id.
1. Tuition: RMB 110,000 Per Year
2. Text books for undergraduates: flat fee of RMB 2,500 per year (only for Year 1 students), If your books do not total RMB 2,500 at the end of each academic year, you will be refunded the difference.
3. Accommodation costs: approximately RMB 5,000 – 16,000 per year for oversea students, depending on the type of accommodation.
4. Living costs: RMB 16,200 - 31,500 per year for living expenses.
5. Compulsory insurance: RMB 800 per year for undergraduates.
6. Campus card fees: RMB 200 for the first year if you choose to live on the campus. And the money will be used to precharge utilities.