Best Universities for Mechanical, production & manufacturing engineering
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 25th Jun, 1st Oct, 29th Oct & 26th Nov.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Their approach to teaching and learning will be campus based and digitally enhanced, and the majority of your teaching will be delivered in person.
11 Mechanical, production & manufacturing engineering reviews at University of Hull
Mechanical Engineering, BEng HonsBy member437242 On 22nd April 19
Well structured course with good lecturers and sufficient study material.
Mechanical and Medical Engineering, MEng HonsBy maiziemillie On 3rd April 19
AST is great and checks in often. lecturers offer lots of support, and assignments are well explained and mark schemes are clear. the practical element is great fun and the 3D printing lab offers training on the machines which will greatly enhance future prospects when finding a job. CAD software is provided for personal use so you can self-teach which is highly useful when wanting to work in mechanical or engineering design.
Mechanical Engineering, MEng HonsBy member1036682 On 22nd March 19
The content is challenging yet interesting and engaging.
Mechanical and Medical Engineering, BEng HonsBy member836352 On 4th March 19
Friendly staff, interesting course, as long as you ask questions and work hard you should be ok. Only issue is that it's unorganized, be careful with your timetables and make sure to keep constant communication with staff and students so you know what's up (some people had timetabling issues and missed out on an entire module and they didn't know).
Mechanical Engineering, BEng HonsBy member633024 On 23rd July 18
Very poor department. Standard of lecturing varied wildly from absolutely excellent to extremely poor. Found it amazing that some modules averaged over 60 (with great teachers) to very high fail rates (due to useless teachers and extremely poor standard of notes) and no one picked up on it or cared. Very disorganised and lecturers/admin staff regularly ignore emails/problems. As an example, in my final year they calculated our final grade based upon a module being a 50/50 coursework and exam split, despite it actually being 80/20. When 20+ students angrily emailed asking why this happened, they apologised and changed the grade which actually changed my degree classification to a higher grade. Had we not been on the ball the uni simply would have let it slide because the lecturer who had done this had done it wrong then gone on a month long holiday. Go figure.
Like the lecturers personal tutors a bit s*** but lecturers are very happy to help you if you approach them. Not sure about Job Prospects.
Mechanical Engineering, BEng HonsBy Hazmate1 On 7th July 16
Good course again made some good mates, enjoyed certain aspects but hate others
Mechanical Engineering, BEng HonsBy member1022597 On 24th May 16
Mechanical Engineering, BEng HonsBy Stephen On 31st August 15
I have enjoyed the course but i dont really have a personal tutor and dont really know who i could go to if i did have a problem thankfully i have not had to. Hard work but it wouldn't be worth it if it wasn't.
Mechanical Engineering, BEng HonsBy member1114587 On 11th August 15
Graduated with a First. Had long hours from year 1. Other people studying English, Economics, had it easy with their hours. Yet with the degree was Ive picked up a 6 figure city job. The whole course is difficult, but Engineers can not only do the math, they can put things into action. So even if you don't end up an Engineer, the skill of intelligent problem solving and communication - puts you well ahead of the rest.
Mechanical Engineering, BEng HonsBy member99713 On 2nd July 15