Meet our student bloggers and share their experiences as they study at EEE.
Life in EEE 26th February 2020
Read more about our first year EEE students awarded the International Excellence Scholarship to recognise their academic success.
Life in EEE 23rd September 2019
MEng Electrical and Electronic Engineering student Airam gives us some background on the Embedded Systems Project, a second year course unit that aims to provide a practical introduction to microcontrollers and embedded systems.
Life in EEE 9th April 2019
Meet Huda binti Ihsanuddin, an international student from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, who’s in the final year of her degree in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
Meet the Department 19th February 2019
Fridah A Masake Bowker is one of our third-year student ambassadors studying MEng in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Learn about her experiences at Manchester.
Student experience 8th February 2019
Read a short essay on the underlying principle of engineering school by one of our students Rodosthenis Charalampous – or Rhodes as he likes to be called.
Life in EEE 10th December 2018
Roberta explains what it’s like to be returning to university after completing her placement year at Arup in London, earning a salary and not having to worry about homework!
Meet the Department 9th October 2018
Meet Sam, our Student Welfare Officer, who explains the best parts of her job and what it’s like to work in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Manchester.
Student experience 9th July 2018
In this post Harry talks about developing his microcontroller project and includes some links to see the National Instruments lab and the Buggy Race day last year.
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.
Student experience 12th April 2018
During my first year, I asked Professor Trevor York at the end of a lecture, whether one can become a competent engineer if they are not socially conscious. He replied: “If you gain knowledge, you transform yourself. If you apply it for the common good, you transform the world.” As engineers not only we design and build the world but we also shape its socioeconomic future through our cumulative efforts.