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School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science

Meet our students

What is it like to study at the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science? Read our student and alumni stories to find out.

Yasmin Martin

'Queen Mary was always my first pick when I was applying for university; the friendly atmosphere on campus, the excellent lecturers teaching the latest topics, and the London campus location made it stand out from other universities.'

Yasmin Martin, BSc Computer Science with Management (ITMB) graduate, 2018

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'... And that is also how I was the first person in my family to ever go to university. Not just any university, but a prestigious, Russell group institution. I’m proud to be an EECS student at Queen Mary University of London.

Shazib Ameer, BEng Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 2020 

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‘ After graduation, I was able to secure a graduate role with IBM and am currently a Cloud Integration Developer...I have recently launched a new app, which I created with a group of friends I met, who also studied Computer Science at Queen Mary...

Kapil Pau, BSc Computer Science, Graduated 2019

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Nabila Nur

'My lecturers have given me their time and advice; their support has helped me shape my studies. I now work as a Teaching Assistant demonstrating labs for 1st & 2nd year students - a great experience for my CV.'

Nabila Nur, 3rd year, BEng Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 2018

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Balwinder Singh

'I was nominated for the ‘Best Student Recognition Event’ with IBM which took place in Amsterdam. This was a fantastic opportunity, and having been one of only a few individuals selected from the UK.'

Balwinder Singh, BSc Creative Computing graduate, 2018

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'I liked the mini-project style coursework a lot. It gave me a chance to apply what I had learnt and the freedom to explore beyond taught material. I really liked that I could push myself further than what was required and that it was recognised during submission as well.'

Jayant Shivarajan, BEng Computer Systems Engineering graduate, 2018

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