The Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences at Surrey University runs a series of short courses throughout the year.
Courses can be given as part of a regular programme, organised in conjunction with a professional body, or devised specifically for the needs of a particular organisation.
Some of these courses can form part of an MSc in Electronic Engineering. Courses can be taken on a one-off basis or as part of the MSc via short courses.
Their current short courses are shown below:
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