School of Computing course rises 12 places in university league table

London Met is rated within the top half of universities to study Electronics and Engineering.

Date: 28 May 2015

Each year The Guardian puts together a national league table rating universities, not just for their overall results but evaluating individual subjects, allowing current and prospective students to see how their specific course compares to others nationally enabling them to identify areas of expertise within large institutions.

This year the Faculty of Life Sciences and Computing’s BEng Electronic and Communications Engineering course was rated number 36 out of 119 institutions nationally, marking a climb of 12 places in just 12 months.

In 2015 the University invested £50,000 on new equipment for Electronics and Engineering students, ensuring that equipment and programs used at London Met reflect an industry standard.

Associate Dean of Student Experience and Quality for the School of Computing, Peter Chalk said "this is great news for students on the BEng Electronics and Engineering course.

“The jump of 12 places in the table reflects satisfaction with our investment in new equipment, professional accreditation by the IET 3 years ago which was recently renewed and the dedication and hard work of our Communications Technology staff!"

London Met is dedicated to continued investment and improvement for all our courses, of which this course is just one example.

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