1.3 / 5
1.3 / 5

Electronic & electrical engineering, Robert Gordon University (RGU)

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#52 out of 100 UK Universities for Electronic & electrical engineering

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3 Electronic & electrical engineering reviews at Robert Gordon University (RGU)


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Student Review: 1 /5

Electronic and Electrical Engineering, MEng

By On 17th August 19

Lecturers can't be bothered, careers service points you to the job centre

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Student Review: 1 /5

Electronic and Electrical Engineering, BEng Hons

By On 27th June 19

This course has so much variation instead of targeting the subject area. If they spent more time teaching what you were there for it would be a lot better. Instead it focuses on subjects like management which is seen as "you will know when you become a manager". If I wanted to be a manager then id be doing management. What I would call the core subject, I.E. subjects that are Electrical or electronic are taught by people who give the impression that can't be bothered. They turn up 20minutes late with a cup of tea, sit with their feet up and speak about their car. Maybe they should spend some time actually teaching. Project supervisors steer you onto a subject that is nothing to do with your course and you've never done or had experience in to date. You point this out but they don't listen, They promise to give you help and then go awol. No help and no support. Point this out and get told "you need to arrange a time to meet". I did but they don't turn up. Shocking

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Student Review: 2 /5

Electronic and Electrical Engineering, BEng Hons

By On 15th January 17

Due to getting shafted in my desertation and my grades in the final year being bad as a result I have now got no prospects since employers all look for 2:1 or better. As a result of this the course was a total waste of money, at least the 4th year was. Some of the teachers are very good though but the few bad apples spoil it. Example is one lecturer who comes in 20 minutes late and just sits with his feet up speaking about his car. In 13 weeks, of 4 hour lectures we had 2x 10 minute curse relavent lectures. Others though cram so much into their lectures and still offer to go past their time or arrange extra to cover other stuff. Content was mostly relevant. Quite a lot of management in the course which is great if you want to be a manager or start a business, not really anything to do with electronics though. I believe this is to get the accreditation from the IEEE. There is also a module in the final year about optical and radio communications that they can't be bothered running.

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