Electrical & Electronic Engineering (4 Years) [MEng]
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In subsequent years this split changes to a greater amount of independent learning with the split being approximately 33:67 in the third year and 22:78 in the fourth year. This does not mean that less help is available; part of being an independent learner is knowing who to ask when you need to find something out, our staff are there to help. This leads you to becoming an independent learner, as would be expected of an education process that is preparing you for graduate employment or study towards a higher degree.
Contact time could be in a lecture, example class, tutorial, laboratory class and sometimes may be on line (email/e-learning/web blog...). All of these activities enable you to interact with us to ensure that you have the best possible learning experience.