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.
Meet the Department 13th March 2018
Danielle George believes she was destined to become a scientist because as a child she constantly asked ‘why’. It’s a curiosity that has led to a successful career in engineering, a professorship at the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, and an MBE.
Student experience 6th March 2018
The first time I encountered formula student was during welcome week. They had what looked like a go-kart race car placed right in the middle of the Sackville Street Building entrance hall.
Meet the Department 20th February 2018
Prof Patrick Gaydecki teaches the third year Digital Signal Processing unit, which is a compulsory unit in the Electronic Engineering stream. Get to know him here.
EEE in the real world 16th February 2018
Roberta is an international student at the University of Manchester studying Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Roberta is currently studying her Industrial Experience Year with Arup, an engineering and design consultancy firm in London.
Student experience 13th February 2018
The Institution of Engineering and Technology’s Engineering Horizons Bursary offers long-term financial support to 75 engineering students and apprentices in the UK.
Jessica Paterson and Mehdi Kolahi – both Electrical and Electronic Engineering students – celebrated their success after receiving an Engineering Horizons Bursary from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).
Student experience 31st January 2018
University is a place full of stories and adventures
Meet the Department 17th January 2018
Dr Robin Preece teaches the third year Power Systems Analysis unit and the fourth year Analysis of Electrical Power and Energy unit for the Electrical and Electronic Engineering course. Get to know him here.
Student experience 13th December 2017
Professionals whose careers require a lot of specific and practical knowledge are comparable to magicians. There is no apparent motivation behind their vast knowledge; their methodologies are mysterious to the uninitiated and the sheer involvedness of their projects makes the final result seem nothing short of magical.
EEE in the real world 13th December 2017
After numerous applications, heated interviews and frequent visits to the university careers department, I have finally started my industrial placement year. I am one month into working at Arup, an engineering consulting company, and I am loving it just as much as being at university.