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2 Electronic & electrical engineering reviews at London South Bank University
Electrical and Electronic Engineering, BEng Hons
As a part time student, the workload is manageable. Although prices between part time and full time differ by only ~£2500 so you're better off going part time (1 day a week) and working (if you're organised and committed!)
Telecommunications and Computer Networks Engineering, BEng Hons
I did my first degree in Engineering and few years later I returned to do a masters degree. The quality of education is great, the facilities are well maintained and lecturers are helpful. It’s true that the majority of lecturers are foreign but I must admit they are bright scientists from advanced industrial countries such as China, Japan, Iran, Russia and Malaysia. Some were from Cambridge University. Degrees are as good as you invest in them, so the tutors give students the opportunity to learn to pass and also learn to excell hence minimum expectations are always clear and it’s up to the student to exceed expectations. I graduated with First Class and got a higher merit for my masters. I excelled in the industry being equipped with everything they taught me. Couple of years later, I was granted a full scholarship for PhD in a top university after competing with 3000 students. London Southbank gives you freedom to evolve based on your capacity, time and effort.