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    This varies from term to term but typically you would have 6 or 7 lectures along with about 10 hours of practical laboratory and examples classes. They recommend doing independent work as well and say that when your self-study is included, you should be working at least a 40 hour week.

    Example of what your foundation year may include:
    EL021 - Calculus (15 credits)
    EL024 - Electromagnetics for Engineers (15 credits)
    EL025 - Electrical Principles and Measurements (15 credits)
    EL026 - Analogue Electronics (15 credits)
    EL027 - Semiconductor and Digital Electronics (15 credits)
    EL033 - Introduction to programming using MATLAB (15 credits)
    MA022 - Graphs, Geometry and Trigonometry (15 credits)
    PH020 - Algebra and Arithmetic (15 credits)

    References
    http://www.eda.kent.ac.uk/material/p...AtKent_FAQ.pdf
    https://www.kent.ac.uk/courses/under...ear#!structure
 
 
 
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