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King's College London 4.1 / 1728 reviews
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6AANA046
Anonymous

This module in my year was on the ethics of migration. I loved it because it was such a contemporary topic, using lots of modern readings from all over the world. It really helped me to make some kind of sense of the various crises developing throughout the world, and it was a nice change from all the dusty white men philosophy we'd been reading.

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The PCC classes are based on a professional environment. Although at first you're in a classroom, you're required to dress accordingly as a pharmacist, act/talk and behave as one also. From the very beginning, they instill a level of professionalism and appreciation for a pharmacist. You get to experience the real thing and that is quite enjoyable.

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4CCYM110
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The first year economics module at Ming's is taught using the online core economics textbook. The textbook has the potential to be a great resource for studying economics, however, there is a lot more work that needs to be done to correct the mistakes that are present in the textbook. The module should not be too difficult for someone who has done economics during their a-levels

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6KNINP49
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bloody brilliant module. lecturer was amazing. very complex topic but she was comprehensive in helping us understand and analyse the challenges in treating a patient. brain hurts after each class, but learned so much.

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This is a third year module and probably one of the most enjoyable ones available

The course focuses mainly on politics from the end of the Cold War, leading into 9/11 and the changes to policy after the September 11 attacks all the way until the current year (2016).

It focuses on policy, analysing the thoughts and processes behind it, its implementation, the public reaction and the results/consequences of its implementation

This is all out into contrast with current affairs and the module allows for close class engagement with the issues as well as finding links with topics that wouldn't be conventionally considered

The lecturer is dynamic and probably one of the best people in the entire departmentIn terms of teaching style, and personality

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5SSMN224
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The module teachIngs were relatively straightforward. Infact so straightforward that the lecturer was reading out of the slides rather than explaining what they mean.Furthermore, the exam was unexpectedly difficult. A level we weren't taught at or even prepared for.It was a poorly confucted module.

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4CCM141a
Anonymous

This module is a great basis module for statistics, covering all the basic concepts. It starts fairly easy with probability, mixing things you know from before with new material that is easy to apply to real life. Loads of examples. After that moves on to statistics and some basic statistical analysis. Once again really good examples taken from real life. It really covers everything and gives you a good idea if you enjoy it or not

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This department is the only department that did not use lecture capture. Many of the lecturers also did not use power point presentations. This made the lectures boring and difficult to follow. If you get lost halfway through the lecture, it meant you were lost forever. The structure of the lecture made it difficult to take notes and hence, difficult to revise. The tutorials were usually helpful but were unable to make up for the delivery of the lecture.

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6FFLK001
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The content of the module was interesting and delivered in a structured and logical manner. However, the assessment process was unnecessarily complicated and somewhat unfair.

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4AAH1006
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The module of Europe 1793-1991 was thoroughly enjoyable as it covered a wide range of topics which I personally found fascinating to study, such as the two world wars, the Cold War and the eastern bloc.

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