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17 hrs ago

Cashier – new

University of East London London, England

The University of East London is a dynamic and diverse university at the heart of Europes largest regeneration area and close to the Queen Elizabeth… TotalJobs.co.uk


8 days ago

ENTERPRISE & DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

UNIVERSITY OF EAST LONDON London, England

INNOVATION & ENTERPRISE ENTERPRISE & DEVELOPMENT OFFICER Salary in the range 32,122 to 36,669 pa inclusive of London Allowance The University of East… Adzuna


8 days ago

HEAD OF STUDENT RECORD

UNIVERSITY OF EAST LONDON London, England

ACADEMIC REGISTRY HEAD OF STUDENT RECORD Salary in the range 43,112 to 49,381 p.a. incl. The University of East London is a dynamic and rapidly… Adzuna


5 days ago

DIRECTOR OF STUDENT RECRUITMENT AND MARKETING

UNIVERSITY OF EAST LONDON London, England

Student Recruitment DIRECTOR OF STUDENT RECRUITMENT AND MARKETING Competitive Salary The University of East London is a dynamic, diverse and rapidly… Adzuna


9 days ago

ENTERPRISE & DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

UNIVERSITY OF EAST LONDON London, England

RESEARCH, INNOVATION & ENTERPRISE ENTERPRISE & DEVELOPMENT MANAGER Salary in the range 37,660 to 41,938 pa inclusive of London Allowance The… Adzuna


16 hrs ago

MARKET INSIGHT AND ANALYSIS OFFICER – new

UNIVERSITY OF EAST LONDON London, England

STUDENT RECRUITMENT AND MARKETING Market Insight and Analysis Officer Salary in the range of 32,122 to 36,669 p.a inclusive of London Weighting The… Adzuna


5 days ago

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Digital Marketing

University of East London London, England

UELs School of Business & Law is located in its new facility at Stratfords University Square at the heart of Londons business community, and close to… Glassdoor


7 days ago

Partnership Manager (Schools and Colleges)

University of East London London, England

We are seeking a new colleague to join our Education and Community Partnerships team to develop our partnerships with schools, colleges and other… Glassdoor


19 days ago

HR ASSISTANT

University of East London London, England

We are seeking an enthusiastic new colleague to help us provide a comprehensive generalist HR service, including recruitment and selection and… Glassdoor


26 days ago

School Executive Officer

University of East London London, England

The University of East London is a dynamic and diverse university at the heart of Europes largest regeneration area and close to the Queen Elizabeth… Glassdoor


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    Docklands campus; Undergraduate/ Postgraduate studies and opportunities (2014)

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    Current Employee - Undergraduate/Postgraduate Student/Research/Work Placment  in  London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Undergraduate/Postgraduate Student/Research/Work Placment in London, England (UK)

    I have been working at University of East London full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Personally, the UEL helped me a lot with its opportunities to stand-out from the crowd, and therefore I am very satisfied. I have been applied on research internships 2 times, established good relationships with supervisors, applied on PhD.

    - Postgraduate level is very good, lots of post-graduate high-quality training, supervisors are actually interested in your projects and guide you in order to pass it successfully;
    - Easily accessible by public transport;
    - Buildings/ Campuses look fresh and modern;
    - International environment;
    - Got opportunities such as research internships, work-placements;
    - Easy to learn and get good grades;
    - Very good library (including digital one)
    - Good relationships with UK employers;
    - Relatively easy to be one of the best students;
    - Easy to find friendly supervisors / people you would like to work with;
    - Local sports dock (~50 million investment).
    - Research Internships;
    - Work placements;

    Cons

    - Undergraduate Courses in IT are poor (you will have to do a lot extra outside of uni programme in order to get job afterwards (stand out from the crowd)). Most of the content you can easily learn at home through internet. - In case of software-engineering course you will not see enough/no content about: Debugging, Version-control, Ant, Maven, C#, Hibernate, Spring; You will not do programming projects in a big team (3 people at most).

    - Majority of students are not serious enough (they don't know what they want, why they came or they came because their parents told to do that, or simply to browse Facebook, Youtube or chat about nothing. Although requirements to apply on course are relatively high);

    - Mostly, the UEL staff on course-module level are not tolerant to creativity, extra capability or passion to do better/ do more than others; to unique students problems or situations (e.g. if you really want to stand out from the crowd make super nice project, which would take you a bit more time than specified dead-line - you will automatically fail, even if it is state-of-art project) or simply they will not understand it and downgrade you as you did some staff, which is outside of specified requirements.
    My opinion to this aspect: this is professional approach, but we came to university to learn, develop, and do more than we already know. Otherwise, university becomes waste of time and money.
    - Computers are old (Pentium 4), sometimes you will have to wait 5 minutes in order to login; sometimes they will not work at all. Windows XP.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Respect creativity, passion, extra work;
    - Treat everyone individually (by giving extra challenges, tasks) whenever it is possible;
    - Upgrade computers (Pentium 4 - is previous generation);
    - Make IT support staff more friendly;
    - Continue to provide research internships / work placements;
    - Make local competitions / communities. (e.g. programming competitions, special projects for people who might be interested in).

    Positive Outlook