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- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus only from Sept
- TEACHING NOTES:
- A blend of campus-based activities, where it is safe to do so, supported by our online environment and services.
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10 Mechanical, production & manufacturing engineering reviews at University of Strathclyde
Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, MEng Hons
The program is well-suited to Electrical Engineers who have validated their bachelor's with at least good knowledge on Electrial machines basics and Energy storage systems. The professors are very helpful and guide us through every stage of our progress during semesters.
Aero-Mechanical Engineering, MEng Hons
I am very disappointed with Strathclyde. I expected much more from this university becuase they introduce the uni as the best one in engineering field, do not believe it. Teaching is really bad. The organisation is terrible. You never get your feedback or marks on time. You send emails to the professors and they never reply. When you ask for help to prepare the exams because you have a doubt or something, they say that the study is independent....because they do not want to waste time on the students WHAT? so I will go to my exams still having doubts? because nobody cares about the students. The buildings are pretty old. I paid for my fees 5,500 pounds but they rised the price for next course. That will be almost 8,000 pounds.....crazy becuase it does not even cost 5,500. Any uni can be better.
I have hated my time at Strathclyde University, and have been so disappointed with the teaching. There have been a couple of decent lecturers but most have been very unhelpful. Often you are given incorrect information. Students are scared to complain because people have had poor grades as a result. The teaching is terrible, I just feel that I could have learned more just reading textbooks at home - our year group's attendance has generally been very low throughout the three years I've been here. If you have any sort of personal circumstances (illness, death in the family), forget getting any sort of help. Staff make it perfectly clear that they don't care. When my dad was diagnosed with terminal cancer, I had inappropriate comments made by lecturers and received zero academic support. I'm not the only one to have had bad experiences here. I really would not recommend this university to anyone.
Mechanical Engineering, MEng Hons
Interesting course so far, most lectures are well taught. However learning programming software is difficult in lecture format, more time to regularly practice in computer labs would be helpful.