I studied the BE/ME in Electronic and Computer Engineering from 2013-2017.
Where do I work now?
I am currently working as a Software Engineer for Jaguar Land Rover, based in Shannon, Co. Clare.
What does a typical day look like for me?
I am a project engineer for a new type of component for JLR. A typical day could involve anything from discussions with external suppliers, providing engineering feasibility to new designs or studying the internal circuitry. No two days are the same.
What's my favorite UL memory?
As I moved to UL knowing few people, my favourite memory would be forming close friendships, both through my class and the various clubs & societies.
Why should you consider studying Electronic and Computer Engineering at UL?
I feel that this course sets you up excellently for working life. It covers a broad range of subjects over the four years, back up with practical examples through labs and tutorials.
The mission of the Department is the pursuit of excellence in teaching and research in the area of Information Communication Technology (ICT).
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