“To achieve this, we have invested £5 million in the expansion of our student employability services, our unique Careers Network guidance service and access to mentoring from some of our most successful alumni.
Our students have also benefited from bursaries to support their development through work experience and national award-winning internships, along with placements in the UK and around the world.
You can buy standalone routers at any computer/electronic shop.
I usually suggest spending over for anything decent (not including sales).
I've had nothing but issues with MTS to be honest.
Birmingham has a strong worldwide reputation for producing sought after graduates.
The University was ranked as the 13th most targeted university by leading employers in the UK in the High Fliers Graduate Market in 2015 report.
You can't really control it because there technically is no infrastructure. If you have the wireless router provided to you by Shaw/MTS, they aren't exactly the highest end devices.
Any wireless signal will always come with a small ping lag, but nothing that should be noticeable.