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9 Mechanical, production & manufacturing engineering reviews at University of Hertfordshire
Electronic Engineering And Mechatronics, BEng
By member1053494 On
15th January 21
The reason I have given personal tutor 3/5 is because I have not used them. Through the pandemic I have felt the value for money has been quite poor as we have lost out on all practicals since march 2020 (time of writing Jan 2021) and it is a very expensive way to watch online lectures. Everything else has been brilliant.
It could be so much better,
Facilities are not used to their full potential.
Courses seem like their budget has been squeezed to breaking point.
Teaching quality has fallen dramatically year on year, it feels like when a good lecturer leaves the university panic hires someone completely inept at teaching.
Feedback on assignments, particularly automotive engineering design, is very poor.
My placement year has been the best and most useful year of my university experience.
I would not recommend this course.