Why did you decide to study MSc Electronic and Electrical Engineering?
Electrical and electronic engineers work at the forefront of practical technology, improving the devices and systems we use every day. I know that this degree will stand me in good stead for my future, whatever career path I decide to take. Why did you choose to study your degree at Swansea? My favourite thing is that I was taught by experts in their fields. A variety of teaching methods such as lectures, lab sessions, and independent study create an optimum learning environment for me. I like the modules Swansea University set for the course. Moreover, there are modules related to the power system, power electronics, semiconductor and nanotechnology, which means students could find out which path is their favourite. What are you planning/hoping to do after doing your Postgraduate Research? I look forward to an opportunity to begin my career in real-life power system engineering and give full play to my professional expertise.
ESTHER MAGANO NANTANA, MSc Public Health and Health Promotion
Top 3 favourite things about Swansea: • It’s a quiet and peaceful city • Friendly people • Safety Why did you choose to study your degree at Swansea? Swansea’s health courses come highly recommended and rated. The coursework for the programme is focused on theoretical aspects, which is great for research. What is your favourite thing about your course? It grants me freedom and flexibility to apply public health disciplines on to issues that I am passionate about. What are you planning/hoping to do after you graduate? I am hoping to work in research and policy informing interventions for ending intimate partner violence and violence against women. Have you lived in halls during your studies? Yes, in Hendrefoilan Student Village. It is a great space for postgrad students who want to focus on their studies with minimal distractions.
ERIC WEN, PhD Electronic and Electrical Engineering
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