3.9 / 5
3.9 / 5

Electronic & electrical engineering, University of Exeter

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#33 out of 100 UK Universities for Electronic & electrical engineering

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TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
Confirmed Sept/Oct Start
TEACHING MODE:
Blended learning
OPEN DAYS:
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th Sept
TEACHING NOTES:
Whenever it is safe to do so, the university will be offering face to face teaching on our campuses and providing digital learning resources.
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2 Electronic & electrical engineering reviews at University of Exeter


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Student Review: 3 /5

Electronic Engineering, MEng Hons

By On 10th July 17

Minding my language the lecturers and lectures are mostly pretty crap. they are either boring, uninterested in teaching you or just poor lecturers. There were maybe 1/2 lecturers that really seemed to actually be good at lecturing. I believe the need to gain money through research and discovery has lead to a push for lecturers who are good at research and their subject areas but who are actually very poor teachers. It's a shame as most of my peers are very bright and we have gone on to do well in spite of not because of our course.

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Student Review: 5 /5

Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, BEng Hons

By On 14th April 17

The course is the best as it combines subjects from Engineering with the practical experience and programming knowledge from Computer Science. Ideal if you want to go into Robotics or Machine Learning in the future.

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