3.97 / 5
3.97 / 5

Electronic & electrical engineering, University of Leicester

4 Reviews by Students   
#31 out of 100 UK Universities for Electronic & electrical engineering

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Accommodation in Leicester

Zone West Walk offers a range of high quality studios
On-site gym, cinema room & handy laundry facilities
Only an 8-minute walk from the University of Leicester

Covid-19 Response

TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
Confirmed Sept/Oct start
TEACHING MODE:
Blended learning
OPEN DAYS:
27th March 2021
TEACHING NOTES:
Face to face, on-campus study with flexible digital learning.
This is the latest available data taken from the le.ac.uk website on 18th January 2021

4 Electronic & electrical engineering reviews at University of Leicester


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Student Review: 1 /5

Software and Electronic Engineering, BEng Hons

By Whistleblower99 On 20th July 16

Worst educational education experience in my whole life!

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Student Review: 5 /5

Electrical and Electronic Engineering, MEng

By Zahin05 On 20th July 16

Excellent coursework, relevant and informative modules. Supportive+interactive professors, lecturers, and staffs. Affordable living cost- superb!

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Student Review: 5 /5

Electrical and Electronic Engineering, BEng Hons

By member1023152 On 13th July 16
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Student Review: 4 /5

Software and Electronic Engineering, BEng Hons

By rainism On 6th July 16

If you look at it from an engineer's POV, the course is very disorganised and you're just left stuck in the middle of two departments, contemplating which one cares less about you. (Spoiler alert - it's engineering.) Not to mention you'll need to get used to being jeered at for not being "a real engineer" by others. If you look at it from a computer scientist's POV, then the course is fairly interesting and most of the modules are very well taught, especially the third year ones. Most CS lecturers will teach the module assuming you have some prior knowledge of coding/debugging though. My advice - if you're considering this course because you wanna do electronics, do the actual electro engineering course instead. It'll be more worth your time. If you're more interested in the software aspect, do a computer science course instead. If you're dead set on doing a hybrid course which has a bit of both, go to a different uni instead.

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