Life in EEE
Learn more about how things tick at EEE. Find out how our labs are set up to help you excel in your studies, and check out the facilities that make us stand out, like the National Grid Power Systems Research Centre. We’ll also be filling you in on all the events taking place at EEE.
Life in EEE 16th April 2019
Electrical Engineering at Manchester has a proud, distinguished history – and the Ferranti name has played an important part in the story. The Ferranti Building, home to elements of the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering and the UK’s largest high-voltage lab, forms part of The University of Manchester’s North Campus. It is named after […]
Life in EEE 9th April 2019
My name is Huda binti Ihsanuddin, I am Malaysian, from a region called Kuala Lumpur. 2019 marks my final year as the Electrical and Electronic Engineering student at The University of Manchester. What can I say… these four years have been an absolutely amazing journey, thanks to the Malaysian government, my sponsorship body, who made […]
Life in EEE 10th December 2018
Learn to treat your degree like a 9-5 job, if you know what’s good for you… I’ve had a seemingly smooth transition back to the university life after my placement year at Arup in London. I’ve moved in to a 3-bedroom apartment with 2 friends who also went on an industrial placement year, so we’re […]
Life in EEE 4th June 2018
Haseeb is currently in the second year of his Electronic Engineering degree at Manchester. He has created a video to show a typical day on the course which will show his timetable, a lecture and our computer lab.
In this post he also explains his reasons for deciding to study Electronic Engineering and why Manchester.
Life in EEE 20th March 2018
Timothy is currently pursuing a one year course of MSc in Electrical Power Engineering (EPSE). He has nine years’ experience of working with energy utility company and has returned to postgraduate study for further his personal development. Timothy recently attended a study trip to Electric Mountain in Snowdonia and talks about his experience here.
Life in EEE 20th March 2018
Eleanor Kajuba is pursuing an MSc in Electrical Power Systems Engineering at The University of Manchester. Eleanor recently attended a study trip to Electric Mountain in Snowdonia and talks about her experience here.
Life in EEE 20th May 2016
The last eight months have brought challenge after challenge, but also reward after reward. Every technical hurdle, project deadline, or outreach challenge has resulted in developed skills, an improved product, or at least an unforgettable experience.
EEE in the Real World 12th April 2016
An aim for the project has always been to eventually test the data logger in a real classroom. So this week I headed over Seymour Park Community Primary School to meet three Year 4 classes. There were two objectives of the visit, firstly I was challenged to inspire the children about engineering, before letting the […]
EEE in the Real World 20th December 2015
Another week, and another opportunity. This time, I was invited to join a selection of University of Manchester academics and PHD students at the first of five Entrepreneurial Roadmap Sessions by the University of Manchester Intellectual Property (UMIP) team, hosted by Ian Brookes from DNA People.