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King's College London 4.1 / 1805 reviews
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I have enjoyed studying my degree but I think the split between physical geography and human geography somewhat limits the optional modules options. There have only been one or two modules each year which I would say I have been genuinely interested in. Perhaps splitting the degree into human and physical geography courses would allow more choice and brevity in the module options available.

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Structure is constantly evolving. Much emphasis on theoretical knowledge of human biology and molecular processes. Some of this may not be clinically relevant. Forms of teaching are varied, however the contact hours increase significantly throughout the course. I am enjoying it.

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As a second year BA student, your choice of courses is amazing! Doing the BSc forces you in second year to take Macroeconomics, Microeconomics and Econometrics. However, choosing the BA pathway means I only have one compulsory module (called Political Economy) and I can choose 7 other 15 credit courses freely! The teaching styles are so varied depending on the courses, but almost all classes grade attendance and participation. The usual form of assessment besides that is either 2 essays per term, or an essay and an exam. Reading lists are very explicit and very helpful in case you want to read more on the topic at hand.

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Useful fundamental module for all individuals of which are in their virgin foray into unknown territory in their new undergraduate discipline, would recommend

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By far the best class ive ever taken. Eugenio is an incredible teacher - he broke down every single week into the core elements and was incredibly helpful, making sure that everyone was up to speed with what was going on. All the topics were totally new, but i felt very confident with the needed knowledge for the exams and essays. The reading list was comprehensive, the seminars friendly and useful and the content itself very interesting. Especially so were the weeks on applying IR theories to current events, and also super interesting were the weeks on nuclear weapons/WMD.

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This module is a bridge between management and engineering. You learn how to solve complex quantitative real world problems, while improve your analytical reasoning skills. The knowledge you will get is widely used by the people in the industry. The professor who has been teaching this module, Maria Fox, is a famous researcher in constrained resource planning.

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The course offered an extremely interesting and engaging view of international law and the political and philosophical considerations within the field. The course considered a number of key issues from the legitimacy of international law itself and how states view it, to international trade law, law of the sea, environmental law and human rights law. Key distinctions were made between "hard" binding law that incurs sanctions for violations and "soft" law where laws have no strict enforcement process. This distinguishes international law from the more defined areas of domestic law. In turn, this necessitates the need to consider politics and international relations with respect to how international law creates global governance. For those interested in International Law, the module is highly enjoyable. The assessment entailed a combination of a presentation, essay on international law, as well as a final written exam. Thus, there was the opportunity for students to show their knowledge in a variety of ways. The teaching itself was very good with Carmen Pavel highly knowledgeable on the subject area and approachable if students were unsure.

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best module I have studied at university. It starts at the very basics of international relations theory and slowly works through the theories onto more modern and applied topics such as globalization, terrorism, nuclear weapons and the rise of China. cannot recommend this module enough. The seminars are very intense but you learn so much from them because they're often formatted like a debate. The teacher is awesome, Eugenio helps a lot and is very knowledgeable on his topics!

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A very interesting module because it's so current and constantly in the news. However, some of it is difficult to grasp and the material can be very dense (particularly judgments of the CJEU). There are also a lot of politics involved, because of the nature of the EU, which not everyone is at ease with. Thankfully, there is plenty of feedback.King's teaching methods is different from the textbooks, but that manages to make it more approchable for non-EU students.

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The organisation of this module was amazing. We received colour printed lecture handouts in a module book and every assessment was explained throughly. The module content was very interesting and built on the information learnt in human form and function in year 1. I especially enjoyed learning about parturition and pre term births.The assessments were enjoyable and helped to consolidate learning. While the PowerPoint presentation on a research paper seemed daunting it really helped me to learn how to read research papers and use the new information alongside what I had been taught in lectures.I would definitely recommend this module to anyone who enjoyed the endocrinology aspect of human form and function in year 1.

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