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- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 10th Sep, 8th Oct & 9th Oct.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- The University is delivering in-person on-campus teaching and student support. In-person teaching will be supplemented by online provision where they believe that this is in the best interests of their students. They recommend that colleagues and students consider wearing a face covering in crowded settings.
8 General engineering reviews at University of Southampton
Mechanical Engineering, MEng HonsBy member468762 On 9th May 22 Verified student
Mechanical Engineering, MEng HonsBy member864204 On 24th November 21 Verified student
The course is definitely what I was looking for am looking forward to what it has to offer
Aeronautics and Astronautics, MEng HonsBy member564022 On 19th November 21 Verified student
Learnt many good things from friendly professors
Mechanical Engineering, MEng HonsBy member763707 On 10th November 21 Verified student
Lovely lecturers, very well articulated lectures.
Acoustical Engineering, MEng HonsBy member1358201 On 19th May 21 Verified student
I think the university and the admin are not welcoming the international students, they just look at them as a bundle of money for their university.
Mechanical Engineering, BEng HonsBy member1235501 On 19th January 19
Standard of teaching is awful - it's clear that the lecturers really don't want to be teaching. Some are clearly intelligent but are awful at explaining things. The course is all over the place with multiple modules that don't link together at all, making it impossible to keep up. Horribly stressful and personal tutor offered no support, despite me explaining on multiple occasions my struggles! He just said that I should be honoured to be attending a good uni and that I should get on with it.
Civil Engineering, MEng HonsBy member 305 On 18th July 17
Had a sick time in 1st year at the constructionarium and doing design project. Student feedback is used to adapt the course to improve it.
Mechanical Engineering, MEng HonsBy member1110556 On 7th July 15