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If you are looking to learn how to develop creative and innovative engineering solutions to meet current societal and environmental needs, and anticipate those of the future, then the 1st cycle study programme in Applied Physical Engineering (LEFA) is the right choice for you.

A substantial amount of teaching and learning takes place in a "workshop" environment, so the knowledge you acquire will be strongly lab-based. Instrumentation and electronics, data acquisition, robotics, digital communications and 3D printing are just some of the skills that will propel you to the forefront of technological progress and enable you to benefit from the novel realities and opportunities afforded by electronic prototyping platforms and the IoT (Internet of Things) revolution.

In addition to a sound instruction in mathematics, physics and engineering sciences, you will also undertake a final-year work placement/internship with a company or some other institution. You will be well-qualified to either join the workforce straight after graduation or proceed to further study.. Career options as diverse as R&D labs and research centres, teaching, industry, technology and finance, regulators and accreditation agencies will all be awaiting you.

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