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PLEASE HELP: How good are Uni of Leicester and Hertfordshire for EE Engineering watch

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    University of Leicester and University of Hertfordshire, ranking excluded how good are these Unis for Electronic and Electrical Engineering in the terms of How committed are the faculties to the courses, Is the always proper help available, how many tutors are there per class. Do they have extra classes for help? etc.
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    (Original post by Michael_98)
    University of Leicester and University of Hertfordshire, ranking excluded how good are these Unis for Electronic and Electrical Engineering in the terms of How committed are the faculties to the courses, Is the always proper help available, how many tutors are there per class. Do they have extra classes for help? etc.
    Not very good
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    Rg uni is the way to go for facilities and teaching etc
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    Not much to go on be please be much more invasive.
    Also have you studied at either
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    (Original post by Michael_98)
    Not much to go on be please be much more invasive.
    Also have you studied at either
    I'd rather die than study at one of those unis
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    Look if not going to give a proper answer and just say RG are the only way forward GO AWAY
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    (Original post by dahl786)
    You must have **** grades ahaha
    Your comments are not only not helpful but they are childish and annoying. I will report this to mods if this continues.

    Anyway to the OP, have you visited each of the universities? I would strongly advise you go to both universities and see which one out of the two you like better as you will be spending time learning there so you want it to be somewhat of an enjoyable experience

    Both universities will give you a good degree if you work hard regardless. Good luck!
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    (Original post by trapking)
    Your comments are not only not helpful but they are childish and annoying. I will report this to mods if this continues.

    Anyway to the OP, have you visited each of the universities? I would strongly advise you go to both universities and see which one out of the two you like better as you will be spending time learning there so you want it to be somewhat of an enjoyable experience

    Both universities will give you a good degree if you work hard regardless. Good luck!
    Honesty is the best policy
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    (Original post by trapking)
    Your comments are not only not helpful but they are childish and annoying. I will report this to mods if this continues.

    Anyway to the OP, have you visited each of the universities? I would strongly advise you go to both universities and see which one out of the two you like better as you will be spending time learning there so you want it to be somewhat of an enjoyable experience

    Both universities will give you a good degree if you work hard regardless. Good luck!
    Thank you for your helpful information, unlike others
 
 
 
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