The course provides excellent experience and improves your skills to work in film, television and electronics as a live sound engineer or studio engineer, and to work across faculties helping media and film students build up their portfolio. Lecturers encourage and support cross faculty communication so everyone can produce the best portfolios possible throughout their university experience.
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I really enjoyed my time at Anglia Ruskin University; I gained friends that I will keep for life and learnt so much from my tutors. I particularly enjoyed my Database Programming and Administration module and I have now gone on to a brilliant graduate job as a graduate energy analyst, utilising my skills from this module in my day-to-day life.
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The module Professional Issues totally blew me away. Covering a wide range of prominent issues, from ID cards to outsourcing, it was delivered in a professional and interesting way, with students presenting seminars followed by a lecture.
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The Electronic Engineering program has been excellent from the beginning. In my course, modules like computer modelling, digital systems and power control, microelectronic system design and satellite technology are strictly aimed at developing practical skills to industrial aspects, which I really liked. The department has a fully equipped electronics laboratory staffed by a specialist technician. This allows for practical experimentation using real components and hardware, on an open access basis. Furthermore, departmental staff has always been very helpful and friendly with any academic-related problems.
Learn more about our BEng Electronic Engineering course.