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Kingston University 4.0 / 99 reviews
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Anonymous

This module is the most interesting so far, the focus is on caring for children in the intensive care setting and caring for children with complex needs in and out of hospital. It is a mixture of lectures and seminars and has been very interesting!

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LL5188
Anonymous

this has recently changed to workshops instead of lectures in which you have to come prepared and you get picked on to ensure you do but this can sometimes be nerve wracking and cause students to not attend

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Anonymous

Very exciting and creative. A lot of freedom to create your own original ideas. Can be complex in some parts but still incredibly interesting and fun.

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Anonymous

A really good module! A lot of students may feel this module is less useful but it certainly gives us an idea of the future. It teaches us programming of computer systems, as well as the basics of electrical components, including how they work or operate to give us an appropriate value for binary communication. Not only does the module allow us to learn about these components, it also puts us in a reasoning situation where we must work with these. By having Arduino lessons, we learn to program with small microprocessors as well as how electrical circuits communicate with these. Finally this module also teaches us almost everything we need to know about Control, and how control is used in real life, how it works and how it can be used in the future.

Overall its an absolutely brilliant module, teaching us everything we need to know about electronics, and allow us to have a hands on experience with the important subject. Lecture wise, I really enjoyed our practical arduino lessons, as well as how we where taught everything else. Really good lecturers, made it enjoyable to learn, only thing is I wish there where more tutorials, to practice all we learn in lectures!Also breakdown of module is 70% Exam, 30% 2 Tests... I believe that should be better balanced and have some course work, possibly with the arduino section, or the Control simulations course work.

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Anonymous

Good interesting subject, lots of hands on work with CFD applications. Lecture material useful base knowledge before using application.

However, thrown in deep end with coursework. Lots of practice with CFD program required.Module leader always willing to help

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HA6101
Anonymous

I started my dissertation research towards the end of second year when we submitted a proposal of what we are considering what it will regard. I thought it was good how we were made to think about it from an early stage and encouraged to research from second year. As we began third year we started weekly contextual lectures all relating to dissertation, the layout, referencing, etc etc. I found this extremely helpful. We also were allocated a tutor who we saw several times and we also met with other students who gave us feedback on our concept and gave us some other ideas. I felt overall like this module was well organised, well tutored, and really helpful.

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Anonymous

The form of assessment is quite good, a couple in class tests and a coursework. He module itself is quite easy and just takes a few exercises to complete before the tests come by and you'll be fine getting above 60%. All information is available on given websites in forms of exercises, or written instructions or slide show which Is quite helpful

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KL1979
Anonymous

Overall a highly understandable course which revolves around the fundamental principles of business structure. Feedback is provided to the course work which makes working easier within this module.

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CG6001
Anonymous

This module has been one of the best through out the whole course. In our majors project this year we have been given a variety of building we can chose from in Margate. All these building are run down and need repairs or even restoration. This project has no brief to it meaning that we are able to design what ever we want, as long as it will fit into the Margates needs. Our tutors have still limited us in ways, meaning that they encourage us to go in certain directions, leading to me having to change my concept a number of times.

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I would say it definitely a useful degree and good for those who don't really like sitting listening to lectures. There is a lot of practical content - placements (50% of the time), skills lessons (where you learn new clinical skills) and simulations (where you practice giving nursing care to real children (actors). It is ideal for those who love children and love to care for people!

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