Course Code: LM526
Level: Master of Engineering (MEng) Degree
            (Part Time)
Length: 2 Years

Contact: Dr Tom Conway
Phone: + 353 61 202628
Email:
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The Master of Engineering in VLSI Systems (part-time) is a programme designed to appeal to engineers currently working in related areas who would like to update their qualifications and skill set in the microelectronics area.

The MEng in VLSI Systems provides a comprehensive grounding in the theory of micro-electronic systems, as well as exposure to state of the art design techniques and toolsets. There is an emphasis on the testing of VLSI systems, both digital and analogue.

Entrance Requirements

The principal entry requirement of the programme is a 2.2 honours (or better) undergraduate degree in a numerate discipline. An interview may be part of the admission process.

 
 
 

Career Opportunities

The Masters in VLSI Systems is designed to address the shortage of graduates skilled in both digital and analogue VLSI systems design. Graduates from the course are well placed to take up rewarding careers in the VLSI industry, including IC design, manufacturing and test, as well as research into future developments in the VLSI area.

Fees

The following links illustrate taught postgraduate tuition fees for EU Students and for Non-EU students. As this programme qualifies for a scholarship for Non-EU students, please contact the International Education Division. (Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) for further information.

How to Apply

You can apply online here or contact Postgraduate Admissions at:


Postgraduate Admissions
Graduate School
Foundation Building
University of Limerick
Limerick, Ireland


Tel.                  +353-61-234377 or 233729

Fax.                 +353-61-233287

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