Best Universities for Electronic & electrical engineering
Accommodation in Liverpool
- QUARANTINE PROVISION:
- Not yet specified
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- Virtual open day on 20th-24th Sep & 11th- 16th Oct.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Once term begins, your time spent on campus will include timetabled, in-person teaching sessions. Your in-person teaching is likely to be, at least for the first semester, supplemented by online sessions. This is most likely to apply to large group sessions.
8 Electronic & electrical engineering reviews at University of Liverpool
Electrical and Electronic Engineering, MEng Hons
The degree is very hit and miss, some modules will be amazing and other will be terrible. Its not the content of the modules that's the problem its the lecturers. There are some amazing lecturers that will make you love and understand their subject while there are also others who simply don't care and your basically on your own to try to pass their course. The department doesn't give answers to past papers which makes revision for the exams very hard and the general engineering and laboratory sessions put on by the department as a whole are terrible. Nearly all labs are just following a PDF they give you and writing a report on it and you wont be given any help if it goes wrong by the lab technicians who often don't speak English well enough to understand what your asking them. The 2nd and 3rd year you will have 90% XJTLU exchange students in your class who, from my experience, cannot speak English well enough to be a functioning group member in projects.