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Liverpool John Moores University 4.0 / 236 reviews
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the course is really good, it applies alot of laboratory work along site the technical science side, and as someone in a placement it really helps develop more knowledge of a working world rather than some sport science degree thats going to land you in a secondary school P.E teacher role

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The content is very relevant and prepares you well for becoming a pharmacist in the ever changing world of healthcare. This course is hard work and will require being in university far more than most students, as well as requiring extra work outside of uni hours. The lecturers are very approachable and will do their best to help you so long as you attend the majority of sessions. There are a LOT of assessments and competencies so be prepared for constant coursework deadlines. Pharmacy is an ongoing learning process with it getting more difficult as the years go on. It is vital to keep on top of assignments or you will become very stressed. The overall teaching is good and you won't always enjoy the course due to stress but it is worth sticking at as the long term gains are definitely worth it.

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I think that the best thing about my journalism degree is the practical work that we do which will prepare us to be journalists when we graduate. We are expected to find original stories each week as we would if we were working for a real life news organisation. I also enjoy hearing guest lecturers speak about their journalism experiences, it's inspiring to hear from such a variety of people with print and broadcast journalism jobs. Something I do not enjoy is the written essays and exams, I would rather the work was all practical based.

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The Cyber Security course i am currently doing is really interesting and a must for people who like the security side of computers/computer science. The course content is fun and educational (obviously), the lectures are done professionally and in a way that is easy to digest, and there are also a lot of things you learn that stick with you. Moreover you sometimes are shown real life cyber security events like DDOS attacks on companies, massive hack, leaks etc. The course is pretty interesting and can lead to a very good career path.

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The course is very full in content and you will have more lecturers, workshops and labs to attend than most other courses. This can feel frustrating at times, especially during first year when you want to be out partying and having fun, but it is all worth it in the end. With the almost 100% employment rate after finishing the course it is worth the extra work.A range of teaching methods are used along with numerous assessment techniques. This is helpful as not everyone preforms well in exams so it gives everyone a chance to do well.The lecturers are really friendly and approachable which is important as you are bound to have questions throughout the 4 years. You have a small tutor group of around 6 students for each tutor and you meet every 2 weeks which is a good way for the tutor to answer questions and ensure you are on track.Overall the course is difficult but the hard work pays off and the people you are with will get you through!

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4004NATSCI
Anonymous

I find this module quite enjoyable. It is also quite difficult and there is a lot of learning for it. It is taught mainly through lectures but involves practicals too.

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6004LAWCL
Anonymous

There is a wide choice of topics you learn in this module and all are interesting as it is easily transferred into real life situations. The course is taught by two lecturers, both of which are really good at teaching and offer help and guidance when necessary. The course itself is split into equal weight between one coursework in semester 1 and one exam in semester 2. Currently, the coursework is a problem style question whilst in the exam there is a mixture of problem and essay questions so you could essentially do two essay questions or two problem questions or mix and match depending on how good you are on whichever one you wanted to do. This is not the case for other exams in other modules as you have to do one essay and one problem and do not have a choice in the matter. I enjoy the course and it is one of my favourites which is good as I want to go into the area in future!

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6003SBPHAR
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This module is a really interesting and engaging module. It involves really interesting topics such as cardiovascular disease, mental health and immunology. Whilst learning in this module it gives you a true understanding of common illnesses, how they are caused and what is the best form of treatment.

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6024NATSCI
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Too much focus on team work, a whole scientific report should not be done in a group, especially not in third year. Second assessment was good as there was a wide variety of topics to choose from for the essay, however the assessment deadline was originally only meant to be within 2 weeks of it being set which is not good.

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The module itself is interesting and varied but often dense and involve much reading. There is a very high volume of cases and a large number of statutory provisions to remember. In addition to this the teaching and delivery is lacklustre. The lectures are usually delivered in long PowerPoint presentations with little deviation from the slides. This tends to make it hard to maintain concentration. The lectures are sped through making it impossible to make full notes.

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