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I am curious about what are the best UK unis for EEE? If I want to take a hybrid course between electrical and electronic engineering and computer science which university should I pick.
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I am curious about what are the best UK unis for EEE? If I want to take a hybrid course between electrical and electronic engineering and computer science which university should I pick.
You need to give some details about yourself if you want sensible advice, "best" is going to need to factor in your likely qualifications.
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I am curious about what are the best UK unis for EEE? If I want to take a hybrid course between electrical and electronic engineering and computer science which university should I pick.
Hey there Namein123
Great to hear that you're considering electrical engineering and computer science as an option to study at university!
My name is Anna and I study civil engineering at Surrey and I am currently in my placement year (3rd year.

Surrey offers electrical and electronic engineering and computer science, in addition to many other course. Electrical and electronic engineering course is ranked 6th in the Guardian University Guide 2021.
For more info on the course:https://www.surrey.ac.uk/undergradua...ic-engineering
If you want to read more into the computer science course offered at Surrey visit: https://www.surrey.ac.uk/undergraduate/computer-science

If you have any questions about engineering, Surrey, uni life or general advice feel free to ask , will be very happy to answer your questions!

All the best,
Anna Civil Eng
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Southampton university is very highly regarded for electronics and electrical engineering and has a superb CS dept too. Their degrees are very flexible and you can pick modules from nanotechnology to AI as well as the usual core modules. Southampton is ranked 4th in the UK for EEE( Complete University Guide 2021) , just outside of Oxbridge and Imperial College.
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