Best Universities for Electronic & electrical engineering
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- On-campus open day on 2nd Oct, 17th Oct & 13th Nov.
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- The Government has confirmed that all students will be able to return to in-person teaching, so you will be able to go back to campus at the start of the 2021 academic year.
2 Electronic & electrical engineering reviews at University of Bolton
Biomedical Engineering, BEng Hons
I was on my own and still on my own. They're absolute joke. Hopefully, some of the few good lecturers that are there, helped me thrive for the better. Another good lecturer is Brian Klaveness, even though he had an heart attack he managed to help me a bit with my last year project. Also, Brian Williamson, Collette Meyer, Mamadou Ndiaye, Andy Baldwin, Peter Myler are very good. If you need support go to them, but as always do not expect much help. Obviously, I am saying they're far better than the rest but the poor organization in the management team won't make anybody be helpful. BARE IN MIND YOU ARE ABSOLUTELY ON YOUR OWN!! JUST READ READ READ, TRY AND FAIL AND KEEP SEARCHING FOR THE TRUTH!!!
Visual Effects for Film and TV, BSc Hons
I have been incredibly lucky to attend this course. The tutors are professional supportive, and adapt to every students individual needs, even going out of their way to teach extracurricular content when it's needed. The Job turnaround for the students that work hard is impressive too. Many have multiple job offers before even graduating. Although people start with little to no knowledge in the field, relations to the industry are good enough to give everyone who seeks it a solid skillbase to move into industry.