Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Management MEng
  • Undergraduate
  • MEng

Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Management

Get set for business with advanced technical knowledge and a specialist business programme in this integrated Master’s degree.

Design your own degree programme to fit your developing skills and interests, from a broad range of specialist modules

Give your CV a head-start with a six-month placement or create innovative solutions to a client-proposed consultancy challenge

Benefit from a teaching programme inspired by our internationally-leading research

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Course key facts

Minimum entry standard

  • A*A*A or A*AAA (A-level)

  • 40 points (International Baccalaureate)

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Course overview

Electrical and electronic engineers are at the forefront of the challenges to connect our world, to design more efficient and affordable technology, and to help us live healthy and sustainably.

Our department has a strong culture of enterprise, and our researchers and alumni are recognised for their commercially successful innovations.

This degree will give you an insight into engineering the commercial world, with a programme of business modules combined with technical subjects. Taught modules are split 50:50 between technical and business modules in years three and four. You’ll study topics such as accounting, corporate finance and economics, delivered by Imperial College Business School.

Your first and second year includes labs and problem-solving classes designed to equip you with a solid theoretical base covering analogue and digital electronics, power electronics, communications and control, alongside a strong focus on mathematics and computing, and practical hardware and software engineering skills.

In your third year, you’ll select from a number of focused technical modules alongside your Business programme, so you can choose to take a wide-ranging programme of study, or to concentrate your expertise in a particular field.

You’ll also have the option to take a six-month industrial placement and experience engineering in action, or to be part of a team project acting as consultants on a design challenge proposed by an industrial client. This involves creating a pre-production prototype of an innovative product or technical solution.

The final year of the MEng course offers an extensive range of advanced specialist modules inspired by the very latest research, together with your business modules.

You’ll apply your knowledge and skills to increasingly ambitious project work throughout the course, ultimately showcasing your imagination, originality and independent engineering expertise in a substantial final year project of your choice.


This page is updated regularly to reflect the latest version of the curriculum. However, this information is subject to change.

Find out more about potential course changes.

Please note: it may not always be possible to take specific combinations of modules due to timetabling conflicts. For confirmation, please check with the relevant department.

You will study the following core modules during your first year.

Core modules

You’ll study the following core modules during your second year.


Core modules

You will study the following core modules and complete either an industrial placement or a project during your third year. 

You'll also choose six modules from the Optional modules list. 



Core modules

Optional modules

You'll carry out an individual research project, complete a professional companies module and take a compulsory module in Ethics and Sustainability.

You will choose six elective modules. We offer over 40 modules in your final year of study, please see below a selection of example modules to provide you with a flavour of the course.

Core modules

Optional modules

Professional accreditation

This degree is accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) on behalf of the Engineering Council.

With this integrated Master’s degree, you’ll fully meet the academic requirements for professional registration as a Chartered Engineer (CEng).

With a professionally accredited degree, you’ll be able to demonstrate to employers that you have achieved an industry-recognised standard of competency. Professional accreditation also provides international recognition of your qualifications, which you can use to launch a career abroad.

Becoming a Chartered Engineer can further enhance your career prospects and earning potential. It demonstrates your competencies and commitment to lifelong learning – providing you with recognition in your field and greater influence and opportunities.

Our accreditation agreement with IET is renewed every five years. The current accreditation agreement is due to be renewed for students starting their studies in the 2023–24 academic year.


In addition to your degree, you’ll receive the Associateship of the City and Guilds of London Institute (ACGI) upon completion of this course. This associateship is awarded by one of our historic constituent Colleges.

Teaching and assessment

Teaching and learning methods

  • Person at lectern giving speech
  • People collaborating and completing practical work.
    Design and build projects
  • Flipped classroom
  • A group of people interacting
    Group projects
  • Laboratory work (software, hardware and embedded systems)
  • Individual research project
    Individual projects
  • Industrial placement
  • Person participating in classroom discussion.
    Problem-solving classes
  • Software laboratory
  • Workshops
  • Recorded lectures available online
    Video recordings
  • Four students sitting in a tutorial
  • Blackboard virtual learning environment
    Virtual learning environment

Balance of assessment


  • Written tests (online)
  • Practical (lab)
  • Examinations

Years 1 and 2

  • 20% Written tests (online)
  • 30% Practical (lab)
  • 50% Examinations

Assessment methods

  • Person completing coursework
  • Oral presentations
  • Poster project
    Poster presentations
  • Reports
  • A person completing a written exam
    Written examinations

Entry requirements

We consider all applicants on an individual basis, welcoming students from all over the world.

How to apply

Apply via UCAS

When applications open, you will be able to start your application via UCAS Hub. There you can add this course as one of your choices and track your application.

Applications open on 14 May 2024

Application deadlines – 29 January 2025 at 18.00 (UK time)

Tuition fees

Home fee

2025 entry

Not set
As a guide, the Home fee for 2024–25 was £9,250 per year

Overseas fee

2025 entry

Not set
As a guide, the Overseas fee for 2024–25 was £40,940 per year

How will studying at Imperial help my career?

Person in a bubble surrounded by 4 skills

With specialised tech knowledge and transferable skills, you'll be highly sought after in a range of sectors.

Lightbulb above a book

Become a creative, practical engineer through placements and projects that reflect real-world engineering.

Management organisational chart

In addition to understanding business management, this course provides insight into business operations.

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Understand engineering challenges from multiple perspectives in diverse and international teams.

Power plant

Leading technology companies, sustainable energy, and computer gaming are just some of your career options.

Car in the process of being built

Other potential sectors could include healthcare, automotive engineering, and finance.

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