Sohail Muhammad, graduate of BEng (Hons) in Electronic Engineering, explains how the experienced lecturers are a big advantage to students at WIT
"In my personal opinion, the biggest advantage available to students here at WIT, is that all lecturers are experienced in their field and are up-to-date with the latest technology available in the industry.
They are very pleasant, kind and eager to meet student expectations, extremely helpful and ready to build on whatever level of knowledge a student may have.
I think this is extremely important from the students perspective as all students do not have the same level of technical knowledge on entering the course.
The support from lecturers and the WIT admin staff towards students is phenomenal."
Study the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Electronic Engineering at WIT
The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Electronic Engineering at WIT is a four-year level-8 course prepares students for employment in the electronics industry. This course is recognised by Engineers Ireland (EI) Industrial Studies and Placement.
The placement occurs in an electronics company from mid-February to mid-August. Prior to going on placement, there is an intensive course on Health & Safety, Resource Management and Ethics in Engineering.
Students taking part in this degree can expect to study modules such as Maths Calculus, Physics and AC Circuit Theory.