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- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- Open days on 1st Oct & 12 Nov.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- The university has a blended learning approach that will be adopted for all taught programmes at the University. You will study both in person (on-campus) and online, adopting the most appropriate form of learning for each task. From Monday 24 January face coverings are no longer required in teaching and learning spaces, but the university recommends students wear one in crowded communal spaces such as corridors and lifts.
7 Electronic & electrical engineering reviews at Aston University
Biomedical Engineering, MEng HonsBy member759868 On 10th June 21 Verified student
Good department, well managed and run, nice and helpful expertise
Biomedical Engineering, BEng HonsBy member854751 On 28th February 21 Verified student
Friendly lecturers and well planned out course
Biomedical Engineering, BEng HonsBy Shaun On 17th June 20 Verified student
I have gained a lot from this course, enabling me to enter the industry straight away after finishing. The lecturers really want you to succeed and they are always asking for feedback. A lot of the modules include resources that are usually very expensive, which results in a unique experience where you can learn a lot of industry-specific skills.
Biomedical Engineering, BEng HonsBy member648743 On 27th May 20
Course is interesting and gives you the right amount of knowledge to pursue a career later.
Biomedical Engineering, BEng HonsBy member1040749 On 25th July 19
Nice uni, nice people but tutors need more training
Biomedical Engineering, BEng HonsBy member1336341 On 2nd March 19
Nobody cares at all.
Biomedical Engineering, BEng HonsBy member810577 On 8th July 15