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Liverpool Hope University 4.1 / 25 reviews
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This degree explores both practical and theoretical aspects of dance and how that can be applied to the world of teaching. You explore various styles of dance and how each one affects different groups of people.

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The degree covers a broad spectrum of subjects within media such as broadcast, journalism, TV & radio. It is therefore an excellent choice for those who want to have a career in Media but are not specifically sure which part.

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Very enjoyable and fun course. Able to choose modules from Journalism, Branding, Radio, Photography and Film/ Film production. Friendly helpful staff and nice campus. Sometimes deadlines are too close together but otherwise okay workload. Unable to chose between film and media meaning you have to do both, could be an option to specialise in one or the other.

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The course is varied and expands all areas of the media and communications topic while giving opportunity to specialise in particular areas as you go through the years. The tutors are either well educated or well experienced.. Sometimes even both. Although parts of the course was not suited to me, it is still a course that widens your knowledge and makes you view things from a different point of view.

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Business Management degree at LHU is fine - the lectures are interesting, however the seminars are not. Students who study joint degrees will have 3 lectures, 2 seminars and 1 tutorial per week per course. I feel that some lecturers are not so good, but the material is not very hard so its very easy to catch up later at home. Information Technology part of my course is also quite average. The lectures are very good, however (the same thing as with business), the seminars are pointless - I would rather have either free time to study at home, or just have another lecture. It's really confusing where to go to seek any kind of academic support - lecturers, even though they say that they are always happy to help, they often are busy, or take ages to reply to an email. This uni also monitors attendance very closely which I do not like, since we are all adults and we should be able to decide what lectures/modules to attend - if we pass the exam at the end is our business, not theirs - right?

Don't get me wrong - I really like this university and my degree, however I feel that a student who wants to have an enormous amount of support will not find it there - perhaps that is the case at all universities, since degrees are all about finding what you like and then developing the professional skills.

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I study social work at Liverpool Hope. I am currently in my 1st year, and coming up to the end of my 2nd term. I have found the course interesting, however the lack of a placement in my first year has made the subject very classroom based, which is not the most exciting. The structure of lessons and timetable is often changed last minite and students are not given enough preparation time. Lessons seem to be padded out to fill the slots with content that is not related or relevant to social work. We have had 2 assignments, both which have been poor in regards to feedback and constructive criticism. It has made my enjoyment of the course drop. However I am looking forward to my second year when I can get out of the classroom and have some real life experience on placement. Also the teaching at hope university is a very Radical form of social work, which at time can be hard to object and gives feelings of being brainwashed into out teachers views.

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Liverpool Hope is a great place to learn and expand your knowledge on the subjects you love, the societies and facilities on offer allow you to be able to fully immerse yourself in the university life, which allows you to meet like minded people.

Being a smaller campus also allows for a more intimate feeling of being a part of great community, all the staff are easily approachable and will talk anytime whether its just a friendly chat or to help with assignments.

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Anonymous

The course focuses on each subject individually for the first two years and combines in the third which I think is important in helping you truly understand each subject. 

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This degree course is very well structured but at times very unorganised. The lectures are all very friendly and most hand back work within 2 weeks. Very small classes which is good. everyone knows everyone

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This course has not only broadened my knowledge on the judicial system and international relations but has increased my confidence and the standard academic writing. 

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