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Is there anyone studying EEC?

I really need to know how good is the teachers and if it has a good graduate prospects.

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Is there anyone studying EEC?

I really need to know how good is the teachers and if it has a good graduate prospects.

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Ít was called Computer Engíneeríng recently...........made a thread but íts íncomplete http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=2339138
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At last ! Thank you brother. What do you think about the job prospects of this degree?

I want to join MSc in software Engineering at imperial college later.

And btw,can you please tell me from which country you are? I mean is UK your birth place?

Thank you very much.
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At last ! Thank you brother. What do you think about the job prospects of this degree?

I want to join MSc in software Engineering at imperial college later.

And btw,can you please tell me from which country you are? I mean is UK your birth place?

Thank you very much.
You make it what it is........the degree will only help you meet the requirements of graduate schemes, the rest is really up to you to make yourself stand out. Getting a 2:1, passing all the modules doesn't get you nowhere, you got be confident do a lot of stuff outside universities which relates to where you want to work.

Well its not that simple, but certainly possible.

Yep, born and bred in London.

Also press the reply button or the one next to it then write your message íf íts to me so that I get it on my notification.
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You make it what it is........the degree will only help you meet the requirements of graduate schemes, the rest is really up to you to make yourself stand out. Getting a 2:1, passing all the modules doesn't get you nowhere, you got be confident do a lot of stuff outside universities which relates to where you want to work.

Well its not that simple, but certainly possible.

Yep, born and bred in London.

Also press the reply button or the one next to it then write your message íf íts to me so that I get it on my notification.
Thank you.

and which route do you think is better? Studying MEng or studying ( BEng + MSc)?

Talking about universities, do you think queen mary is better than University of Surrey for electronics engineering?

and how much hard do you think making a good result in qm is.

Thank you again for your time.
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Thank you.

and which route do you think is better? Studying MEng or studying ( BEng + MSc)?

Talking about universities, do you think queen mary is better than University of Surrey for electronics engineering?

and how much hard do you think making a good result in qm is.

Thank you again for your time.
Whatever you want to be fair.........MEng 4 year course is taught, so unlike MSc where generally íts you by yourself researching, etc
Íf you are doing the 4 year course, if your a home student, student fínance wíll gíve you loans for the 4 years where as the MSc will have to be self-funded.
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Never been Surrey so Í have no idea.
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Íts not íncredíbly hard, just be organísed and do the work on tíme. Though ín comparíson the workload at Ímperíal ís much hígher.
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Whatever you want to be fair.........MEng 4 year course is taught, so unlike MSc where generally íts you by yourself researching, etc
Íf you are doing the 4 year course, if your a home student, student fínance wíll gíve you loans for the 4 years where as the MSc will have to be self-funded.
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Never been Surrey so Í have no idea.
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Íts not íncredíbly hard, just be organísed and do the work on tíme. Though ín comparíson the workload at Ímperíal ís much hígher.
Can you please tell me where is the engineering faculty? Is it in whitechapel?

And if you don't mind can you give me your facebook profile link?
I am applying for the same degree as your's so you might be able to help me

Last question, do you think computer science will be better than EEC?

Thank you very much
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Can you please tell me where is the engineering faculty? Is it in whitechapel?

And if you don't mind can you give me your facebook profile link?
I am applying for the same degree as your's so you might be able to help me

Last question, do you think computer science will be better than EEC?

Thank you very much
Past whitechapel, whitechapel is the medicine/dentistry campus.
Its on Mile End road, Engineering is on the westside of the campus in Mile end.

Computer Science is specifically programming, a lot of stats maths......whereas EEC ís maínly the programming and software side of comp sci and the main electrical eng stuff from the other side with projects.
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Past whitechapel, whitechapel is the medicine/dentistry campus.
Its on Mile End road, Engineering is on the westside of the campus in Mile end.

Computer Science is specifically programming, a lot of stats maths......whereas EEC ís maínly the programming and software side of comp sci and the main electrical eng stuff from the other side with projects.

Ahh,EEC is the best for me then. Thank you for your time

I hope one day we'll meet.
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Hey, is it possible to apply for BEng and at some point transfer to MEng?


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Hey, is it possible to apply for BEng and at some point transfer to MEng?


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Yep, latest is at the beginning of your 3rd year.
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Yep, latest is at the beginning of your 3rd year.
Hey bro, sorry to disturb you again. But what will be better for university works?

A laptop or a desktop?
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Hey bro, sorry to disturb you again. But what will be better for university works?

A laptop or a desktop?
Well íts a bít complícated..........ít depends, we have our own buíldíng wíth far better spec computers then everyone else on campus just for us. Í thínk a laptop will be more ídeal as your an ínternational, you want somethíng to move around ín and you won't have to waít for a computer ín the líbrary or híve íts very crowded and makes group work easíer.

Also buy the laptop once your ín the UK, bangladesh tech ís outdated.
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Well íts a bít complícated..........ít depends, we have our own buíldíng wíth far better spec computers then everyone else on campus just for us. Í thínk a laptop will be more ídeal as your an ínternational, you want somethíng to move around ín and you won't have to waít for a computer ín the líbrary or híve íts very crowded and makes group work easíer.

Also buy the laptop once your ín the UK, bangladesh tech ís outdated.
How about I use an iPad to do this little works (note-taking,surfing) and use a pc in my home to do the engineering works?

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How about I use an iPad to do this little works (note-taking,surfing) and use a pc in my home to do the engineering works?

Thank you
You could, though not ideal if you need to do essays in a group or similar stuff. Or want to work elsewhere....as our computer building is different, we only have access so a bit unsociable, separate server systems and the programs we use.
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You could, though not ideal if you need to do essays in a group or similar stuff. Or want to work elsewhere....as our computer building is different, we only have access so a bit unsociable, separate server systems and the programs we use.
Ah, a laptop then. But the problem is there isn't many good laptop brands out there.

Anyway thanks for your advice
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Ah, a laptop then. But the problem is there isn't many good laptop brands out there.

Anyway thanks for your advice
Laptop is preferable, as our building has labs from 9-6, and there are few frees here and there and you get locked out if there is a lab. The library, hive and computers elsewhere are poor, different servers and well poor specced computers with very little software for our department. Hence why we got our thing going, and hence why a laptop would be better.

There are, Asus, Lenovo, etc
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Laptop is preferable, as our building has labs from 9-6, and there are few frees here and there and you get locked out if there is a lab. The library, hive and computers elsewhere are poor, different servers and well poor specced computers with very little software for our department. Hence why we got our thing going, and hence why a laptop would be better.

There are, Asus, Lenovo, etc
I'm thinking buying Asus or HP. Is there any "thief" problems around the campus?

Because if I buy a laptop I won't be able to buy a PC. So my laptop will be high-end.

And I will buy a 15'' probably.
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I'm thinking buying Asus or HP. Is there any "thief" problems around the campus?

Because if I buy a laptop I won't be able to buy a PC. So my laptop will be high-end.

And I will buy a 15'' probably.
Lenovo are also good.........I would go towards Asus.....the more you spend the better it might be to get a custom laptop.
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Lenovo are also good.........I would go towards Asus.....the more you spend the better it might be to get a custom laptop.
I love slim laptops. Most of the custom laptops are fat and ugly. And Sony used to make the most beautiful laptops but they just sold their VAIO division.

By the way, do we need to do any gpu intensive works? Should I think about GPU? Because most of the laptops as you know has noob Graphics cards.
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