University of Leicester experience

Everyone knows that Wang Wanwan is engaged in studying abroad and immigrating. Today, he is going to share his experience of studying at the University of Leicester.

Briefly introduce yourself

My background is in computer science as an undergraduate, with a first class degree. Currently studying for a master's degree at the University of Leicester, majoring in artificial intelligence.

Teaching quality and study experience? The University of Leicester is located in central England and has a beautiful campus. Here, the teachers are very responsible and attentive to the needs of students, and the teaching quality is also quite good. The school's laboratory facilities are complete, and many research projects are in cooperation with enterprises, providing us with good practical opportunities.

Can you introduce your major? I major in artificial intelligence, and this major is both challenging and interesting. The curriculum at the University of Leicester is very practical. In addition to learning theoretical knowledge, we also have to complete many projects, which allows us to continuously improve in practice. Every project involves discussing with teachers and group members to share the process and experiences, which is very helpful in improving our communication skills.

What do you think of the school overall?

The great thing about the University of Leicester is its multiculturalism. The students in the school come from all over the world. They are all very friendly and learn from each other. The campus has a beautiful environment with a lot of green space, which makes people feel happy. Although the recreational facilities on campus are relatively limited, there are many fun places in Leicester city. We often go to restaurants and shopping malls in the city center. The dormitory conditions are also very good and the price is relatively reasonable, but you need to book in advance.

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