Imagine the world without electronic devices and communication technology. It is evident to say that these technologies have transformed the society. An Electronics and Telecommunication Engineer involves in design, development, testing and recycling of electronic equipment’s in a variety of systems. The programme deals with Analog electronics, Digital electronics, Integrated circuits, Signal processing, Microwave Engineering, Microprocessors, fibre-optic to mobile technology, radio engineering, Satellite communication and Embedded Systems. The Sultanate of Oman as part of Oman vision 2040 is to build and launch national satellite to serve the countries long-term communication needs. Therefore, Qualified electronics and telecommunication engineers are in great and continuous demand and can serve in manufacturing and service organizations.

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Electronics & Telecommunication

Awarding Body

University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol, UK

Mode of Study

Full-Time, Part-Time and Flexible.


Four Academic Years Full Time, 8 Years Part Time or Flexible.


OMR 3,500 per Year (Full Time).

Minimum Entry Requirements

Successful completion of GCET foundation programme with a minimum of 60% in each component. Diploma Holders are encouraged to apply for advanced entry.
General Education Diploma – Science Track (Pure Math+ Physics), or equivalent, with a minimum overall average of 60%.

Contact Person

Email : or  Tel: 24227999  or M: 91789204

Why Study our Programme?

One of the main distinctive features of this programme is that the student will get a British award from the University of the West England, Bristol, UK, (recognized worldwide) while studying in Muscat.

What you will be studying?

At the beginning of the programme, the student will study digital and analog electronics, engineering mathematics and computer programming as well as a wide range of electronic engineering applications. As the student progresses, signal processing, micro-controllers-based systems, communication systems, control systems and digital hardware design subjects are taught. Alongside, the student will also develop professional skills in project planning, group work and communication. Throughout the programme, the student will apply the acquired knowledge through practical laboratory work using our state-of- the-art lab facilities. The student will get an inside track on the industry through factory tours and professional briefings from leading organisations. In the final year, he/she will also take an individual project module to demonstrate the knowledge gained in the programme.

Where can it take you?

Electronics and telecommunication Engineers are in great demand because of the rapid advancement of the electronics and telecommunication technologies and their applications in the region and around the Globe. These advancements create continuous job opportunities for competent Engineers who are able to deal and develop these disciplines further. The broadness of the Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering allows our graduates to have great career prospects. Typical employers (including and not limited to) are telecommunication service providers, companies from the Oil & Gas industry, petrochemical companies, Bio-Medical companies, defense and security, remote sensing companies and Government entities. Opportunities are also available in manufacturing, transport and rail, aviation and many other industries. Moreover, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers have the skills and the ability to start their own businesses in the booming market situation and the opportunities are countless. If the student is interested in pursuing postgraduate studies after successfully completing the degree, then having a British qualification will facilitate admission to top universities in the world.

Programme Structure

Code Title CD Prerequisite 
 Level 0
UFMFBG-30-0 Foundation Mathematics: Algebra & Calculus 30 None
UFMFEG-30-0 Engineering Experimentation 30 None
UFCFGK-30-0 Professional and Academic Skills 30 None
UFCEXX-30-0 Program Design and Implementation 30 None
 Level 1
UFMFP8-15-1 Electrical and Electronic Principles (A) 15 None
UFMFN7-15-1 C  Programming 15 None
UFMFJ9-30-1 Engineering Mathematics 30 None
UFMFF8-30-1 Digital Principles 30 None
UFMFVA-15-1 Electrical and Electronic Principles (B) 15 None
UFMFCA-15-1 Practical Electronics 15 None
 Level 2
UFMFL9-15-2 Mathematics for Signals and Control 15 UFMFJ9-30-1
UFMFHA-15-2 Project Management 15 None
UFMFKA-30-2 Microcontrollers Applications Group Lab 30 UFMFN7-15-1
UFMFMA-15-2 Signal Processing and Circuits 15 UFMFP8-15-1
UFMFV7-15-2 Control 15 UFMFJ9-30-1
UFMFE8-30-2 Digital Design [Elective] 30 UFMFF8-30-1
UFMFR7-15-2 Communications, Signals and Filters [Elective] 15 UFMFL9-15-2
UFMFJ8-15-2 Drives and Motion [Elective] 15 UFMFVA-15-1
UFMFRJ-15-2 Power Systems Fundamentals  [Elective] 15 None
UFMFQ8-30-2 Electrical Technology [Elective] 30 UFMFJ9-30-1

Note: Student will choose 30 credits from the elective modules


 Level 3
UFMFX8-30-3 Individual Project BEng 30 330 credits
UFMFS7-15-3 Communication 15 UFMFL9-15-2
UFCF95-15-3 Entrepreneurial Skills 15 None
UFMFJN-15-3 Radio Frequency &Microwaves Circuit Design 15 UFMFL9-15-2
UFMFKN-15-3 Mobile and Wireless Communication 15 None
UFMFLN-15-3 Satellite Communications 15 UFMFL9-15-2
UFMFV8-15-3 Group Design and Integration Project [Elective] 15 None
UFMFW7-15-3 Control Systems Design [Elective] 15 UFMFMA-15-2
UFMFH8-15-3 Digital Signal Processing [Elective] 15 None
UFMFD7-15-3 Energy Technologies [Elective] 15 None
GCET-15-0 Omani Culture 0 None

Note: Student will choose 15 credits from the elective modules


Note: The Omani Culture Module is a compulsory module that will be offered during summer. It carries 0 credit so it will not contribute to the programme credits.

Level 0

Semester 1 (Oct-Jan)

Semester 2 (Feb-May)

UFMFBG-30-0 Foundation Mathematics Algebra &calculus UFMFEG-30-0 Engineering Experimentation
UFCFGK-30-0 Professional and Academic Skills UFCEXX-30-0 Program Design and Implementation

Level 1

Semester 1 (Oct-Jan)

Semester 2 (Feb-May)

UFMFP8-15-1 Electrical and Electronic Principles (A) UFMFF8-30-1 Digital Principles
UFMFN7-15-1 C Programming UFMFVA-15-1 Electrical and Electronic Principles (B)
UFMFJ9-30-1 Engineering Mathematics UFMFCA-15-1 Practical Electronics

Level 2

Semester 1 (Oct-Jan)

Semester 2 (Feb-May)

UFMFL9-15-2 Mathematics for Signals and Control UFMFMA-15-2 Signal Processing and Circuits
UFMFHA-15-2 Project Management UFMFV7-15-2 Control
UFMFKA-30-2 Microcontrollers Applications Group Lab UFMFE8-30-2 30 credits Elective
Digital Design

Level 3

Semester 1 (Oct-Jan)

Semester 2 (Feb-May)

UFMFX8-30-3 Individual Project BEng (Part 1) UFMFX8-30-3 Individual Project BEng (Part 2)
UFMFS7-15-3 Communication UFMFLN-15-3 Satellite Communications
UFCF95-15-3 Entrepreneurial Skills UFMFJN-15-3 Radio Frequency & Microwaves Circuit Design
UFMFKN-15-3 Mobile and Wireless Communication UFMFV8-15-3
One of the 15 credits Elective
Group Design and Integration Project
Control Systems Design
Digital Signal Processing
Energy Technologies
* Omani Culture GCET-15-0 is a college required module.