Bolajoko Akinfolarin

Bolajoko Akinfolarin

"Electronics is one of the broad aspects of engineering which integrates with any sector, and so my decision to study Electronics in one of the top UK Universities with a great student life meant that I chose York.

I enjoyed the coursework, especially programming, and presentations (which involved team work) even though they were challenging with critical deadlines. After I graduate, I intend to work in the industry and put all my knowledge into practical use. During my years of studying, I have learnt that electronics is not difficult and can be so much fun if you get the right assistance.

Being a female in this sector hasn't been as challenging as I expected. Due to the fact that there is about 1:10 ratio of female to male students there is a high chance that one's group partners are mainly (if not all) male. There is a small number of female lecturers in the department, which is encouraging, and it's easy to relate to them, but all lecturers (male and female) are very helpful and encouraging."

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