MSc Student profiles
Microwave and Communication Systems
MSc in Communication Engineering
"Manchester University Masters in Communication engineering was the only degree I saw, which was not too specialised in one area but which gave a broader understanding in the communication engineering field, yet it also covered those areas in depth to match a postgraduate knowledge level. And Manchester is one of the most popular student cities in the Europe which I really enjoyed during my stay."
Electrical Energy and Power Systems
Bibi H.A. Rahman
MSc in Electrical Power Engineering
"The decision to choose The University of Manchester was then easy to make. The University was in the top 30 spots in the Times Top 200 World Universities Ranking, was number 12 in the Times Good University Guide for Electrical and Electronic Engineering subject, and it also has the largest High Voltage (HV) laboratory of any UK University, backed by The National Grid High Voltage Research Centre. Through word of mouth from friends who have studied there before, I also got to know that the University has an excellent service for international students. "
Microelectronics and Nanostructures
Tiju Mathew Thomas
MSc in Nanoelectronics
"I chose the University of Manchester for some good reasons and one of them is the sophisticated research facilities and projects going on in my field of study. Another reason was 'its multicultural diversity". Manchester is like a 'specimen of the whole world' where you meet different people and learn about their cultures. That was one of the reasons I wanted to come to Manchester and to experience the different culture which brought a lot of drastic changes in me. "
MSc in Electrical Energy Conversion Systems
"I wanted to take a postgraduate course focusing on power electronics in order to improve my career prospects and secure a job in this area. The strength of the course content on the MSc in Electrical Energy Conversion Systems really stood out for me, as did the research interests of the Power Conversion Group."
Sensing, Imaging & Signal Processing
MSc in Sensors and Electronic Instrumentation
"The time spent in Manchester was a great experience and rich in new contacts and ideas. It is hard study over 12 months, but then you obtain a high-quality MSc in a shorter time than elsewhere in Europe.The course provides a competent knowledge of various aspects of Electronic Instrumentation Systems, and graduating from an excellent course on a highly-rated university gives you great opportunities. I also very much enjoyed the vibrant city and the international athmosphere with fellow students from all over the world."