3.4 / 5
3.4 / 5

Mechanical, production & manufacturing engineering, University of the West of Scotland (UWS)

2 Reviews by Students #45 out of 102 UK Universities for Mechanical, production & manufacturing engineering

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Covid-19 Response

TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
Confirmed Sept/Oct start
TEACHING MODE:
Online learning
OPEN DAYS:
Selection of information sessions on 29th July.
TEACHING NOTES:
From 17 May onwards – provided it is safe to do so – they will be able to deliver a more blended model of learning.
This is the latest available data taken from the uws.ac.uk website on 27th July 2021. Read all universities responses in our Covid-19 university response article.

2 Mechanical, production & manufacturing engineering reviews at University of the West of Scotland (UWS)


Student Review: 2 /5

Mechanical Engineering, BEng Hons

By member553107 On 12th December 20

We're in 4 times a week roughly which is a lot more than most other courses at UWS. Your personal tutor does not interact with you (you can find who it is when you enrol but are never introduced to each other). Teaching quality is either very good or very bad but it's often hard to get in contact with lecturers.

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Student Review: 5 /5

Mechanical Engineering, BEng Hons

By STM2108 On 21st August 17

Teaching Quality is excellent. Personal Tutor shows a very real interest if you have issues. Course content is no different to that of Strathclyde University. Work hard you'll get good results.

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