For further details of the curriculum follow for the MEng Electrical & Electronic Engineering course at the University of Bristol, please follow the link below to the University's unit and programme catalogue.
Please see below for information regarding my option choices for years three and four. If you would like any further information please do not hesitate to email me.
Starting in September 2017, I will be undertaking a research project entitled Performance enhancement and optimisation of wireless data-links for sub-glacial sensors, working with the E-Tracer and Cryoegg sensors that are developed between the Universities of Bristol and Cardiff.
An article publish in July 2016 provides some ground for comparison of the International Baccalaureate qualification with traditional A-Levels.
“The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) has developed a new tariff system which gives the International Baccalaureate an A-level equivalence for the first time. An IB score of 38 points out of a maximum of 45 is deemed to be equivalent to a staggering five A grades at A-level. Oxford and Cambridge typically ask for 40 points which equates to five-and-half A grades. The new tariff will raise the prominence of the IB, which requires pupils to study both the humanities.”
The table below  provides further comparison between the complete IB score and its A-Level equivalent.