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Brunel University London 4.0 / 76 reviews
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EN2011
Anonymous

It covers the history and effect of postcolonialism on Asia, Africa and the Carribean. It allows you to delv into cultures you perhaps might not have been exposed to before and it lets you see that colonialism had its benefits and cons.

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The Clinical Psychology module of the course is taught by a highly qualified behavioural therapy who specialises in eating disorders. The module content is complicated but is made easier by an excellent and entertaining lecturer. It is an exam based module.

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Anonymous

The Women's Movement module is one of my favourites and a great basis for many students who end up looking at gender for their dissertation. We explore issues surrounding gender and sexuality dating back to events such as the Civil Rights Movement. It was great learning about the history of famous feminists such as Audre Lorde, Sojourner Truth, Alice Walker, Adrienne Rich etc. We talk about race, class, intersectionality, transfeminism and a whole load of different topics. It definitely takes away many negative connotations people have with feminism but also the lecturer allowed everyone to share and open up with their opinions, it wasn't just a one way system. The novels were also highly enjoyable, we looked at works from Angela Carter, Alice Walker, Maya Angelou, Toni Morrison and many more.

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Anonymous

This was probably the least enjoyable module that I had undertaken, during my time at Brunel. It seemed poorly organised and the criteria was unclear throughout. The assessment required us to write a project as a group. I believe there are other, more effective ways to demonstrate the ability to work as part of a team. Writing an essay together meant that the final piece of work was disjointed, and the whole process was extremely taxing - with some members of the group putting in more work than others.

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I would highly recommend doing an English course at Brunel. Although first year modules were very general, second and third year became more specific and there was a huge range of topics to select from. My personal favourites have been the Shakespeare modules (we got to go on loads of theatre trips), the Women's Movement module (amazing) and the Post-Colonial module which is highly relevant to contemporary society. It isn't just about reading books, you gain knowledge on history, culture, politics and so much more. The lecturers are pretty good too, very helpful especially with the feedback they provide for essays which are detailed and clear.

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This was my favourite module. We firstly were required to analyse a sports film and that was fairly easy. Our second assignment is to create a short film depicting a issue within sports.

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The content is far reaching and it's very flexible in terms of what it allows you to do. It teaches you how to research correctly and how to create a cohesive argument.

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Course content contains practically everything you would need in a real world setting however you'd have to do quite a bit of reading outside classes to get better understanding as lectures are sometimes be brief. Assessments involve course works and exams which are fine.But in all, it's enjoyable.

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As my degree at Brunel University is Psychology, it has to be credited by the British Psychology Society in order to be useful after university. Therefore the content and structure is much the same as the majority of psychology courses in the UK. The difference comes from the staff and the other students in the course. The staff are highly qualified and are eager to help students when they need it. They don't appear distant and unwilling to help, something I have heard about some universities, and they are happy to take time out of their day to help. Assessments are a mixture of coursework and exams.

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Anonymous

This module is probably the most interesting of them all, learning about crimes that have happened and how the court dealt with them is unsurprisingly enjoyable. Not only that, you also learn about how the courts judge if a person had the criminal mindset or not. The different aspects of this module are highly intriguing.

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