This uni has a great engineering faculty which gets funded well and specifically the department of EEE runs courses with a big project every year of your degree which is great for your practical experience! The uni is also great for employability since there is a tonne of societies which you can join to learn the stuff which no uni course will ever teach you but which are important for jobs.
It’s super busy throughout your degree especially if you do courses like anything in EEE, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, physics, etc. but on the other hand, it is also super rewarding.
Overall this uni provides teaching in at the level of Imperial and Cambridge but with more practical experience and with a way better balance between social life and uni.View more
I liked the huge campus and a big variety of facilities. The University has over 200 buildings, which have a lot of history and an honorable reputation.
The care given to all students is incredible, and the level of education is beyond excellent.