好開心今次搵到英國嘅朋友分享關於UCL Engineering (Electronic and Electrical) 嘅嘢～ 有興趣過英國到讀engine嘅就要留意啦！以下係佢嘅分享👇🏻
About the degree
As most engineering degrees are, this has been an extremely intense, math intensive course. Some of the modules I did were: Digital Circuits, Analog and Power Electronics, Signals and Systems and Programming. The overseas exchange options are great too - I’ve had friends going to Columbia, ETH Zurich, Australia, Japan, Hong Kong - basically all over the world! You can basically choose between a 3 year and 4 year course (Geogaholic按：如果要exchange一年就要讀4年同埋入international programme，咁你第三年就可以去UCL其中一間partner uni到讀).
What is special about UCL Engineering?
What I liked about UCL Engineering was the ability to choose a minor. I minored in Machine Learning and Neural computing and it was genuinely a great decision.
The best difference between UCL and other unis is the UCL Integrated Engineering programme (IEP). This gives us a chance to a minor in various fields, namely Criminology, Language, AI, Finance, Maths etc. (Geogaholic按：A minor consists of 3 related modules on the same topic. One is taken in the 2nd year (Minor I) and two are taken in the 3ed year (Minors II and III) ) It’s a good break from the core subjects and similar to a US style education.
As far as the prospectus goes, it’s pretty explanatory- I’d say always choose a degree based on the job or company you want to be doing/joining. Electronic & Electrical Engineering is a great course which will open many many fields like photonics, software engineering, data science, data engineering, electronic engineering, hardware engineering etc. The degree helped me intern as a Software Developer, Electronic Engineer, Electrical Engineer and Data Scientist.
HKDSE: 5 in English Language, 5* in Mathematics (compulsory unit), level 5 for the extended algebra & calculus extended element (the calculus & statistics extended component will not be acceptable for this subject), 3 in Chinese and LS, 5 will be required in 3 electives
IELTS: Overall 7.0, a minimum of 6.5 in each of the subtests