15 Mechanical, production & manufacturing engineering reviews at Coventry University
Mechanical Engineering, BEng
By member660271 On
17th June 21
Value for money is hard to discern as I attended in the 20/21 period when covid is prevalent. The academic staff (e.g. lecturers and professors) are honest, hard-working and valuable. No complaints from me.
You do not get a personal tutor. You'll get an email at the start of the year telling you who they are, but they will email you saying they aren't tutoring this year, good luck, and then leave. It is what it is.
Course content and job prospects are good. It's engineering, the world will always need engineering, it's that simple.
The lecturers are amazing and really put the time and effort in, if you show that you are genuinely interested. They offer drop in sessions alongside the lectures and seminars. There's a variety of staff for each module, with different availabilities so you can approach them if you don't understand a particular lecturers teaching style.
The facilities are great and some are exclusive to cov uni like the F1 simulator and the harrier jet! The facilities are available for students to use and get hands on experience as coventry has a practical led learning initiative.
As students, we are equipped with skills that make us ready for industry and quite often we're on the top of the list for job prospects, as they know Coventry Uni produces some great practical thinking graduates.