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    I wanna ask how are the Computing and EEE departments at Leeds in terms of workload, feedback, teaching, project work and stuff like that. Because I really like this degree by what I see in the website at least, but I would like some opinions firsthand. I'm more interested to hear your opinion on the EEE department. I actually know a couple of guys studying Computer Science there, and they are generally satisfied, although the workload seems a bit too little in my opinion (no more than 2-3 lectures a day). I know that individual work is pretty important too, but I think that more contact hours is generally more beneficial. Thanks a million!
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    (Original post by boyski33)
    I wanna ask how are the Computing and EEE departments at Leeds in terms of workload, feedback, teaching, project work and stuff like that. Because I really like this degree by what I see in the website at least, but I would like some opinions firsthand. I'm more interested to hear your opinion on the EEE department. I actually know a couple of guys studying Computer Science there, and they are generally satisfied, although the workload seems a bit too little in my opinion (no more than 2-3 lectures a day). I know that individual work is pretty important too, but I think that more contact hours is generally more beneficial. Thanks a million!
    Hey, I know this is a bit old but I'm probably going to be studying Electronic and Computer Engineering at Leeds and was wondering how it was going (if you ended up going there). How's the workload, feedback, teaching, project work?? How many lectures do you usually have in a day/week? Do you get any days off?? What's your opinion in general? Thanks
 
 
 
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