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De Montfort University 4.1 / 178 reviews
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The subject is not that enjoyable but as I want to study it I m finding it good. The teaching is very good from most of the lecturers. The problem with modules is that I don't understand why we are doing statistics ? It is not getting in my head.

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The dance degree consists of no written exams but mainly coursework, practical class/exams and presentations. I think it's too theory based making it hard to work on practical based work. The teaching is sometimes good and interesting but sometimes it is hard to focus or keep up. However I do enjoy the course and it always keeps me on my toes but I think It could have more chances to showcase what we've been learning or what dance pieces we have made ourselves.

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The content is relevant for students wishing to pursue their career in medical fields such as research, laboratory work as well as management in science. First year covers the basic concepts of chemistry, anatomy and physiology, biochemistry, therefore the degree is suitable for students from non-science backgrounds. The concepts are further explained by many laboratory practical sessions, which include spectrophotometry, pipetting, serial dilutions etc. The structure of the course is very well organised making the subjects easier to understand and follow. Written examination covers approximately 50% of your final year marks, the other 50% is awarded for coursework, practical sessions and multiple choice quenstion tests. Our teachers put a lot of effort to make the subjects intresting as well as easy to understand. There are many resources provided by teaching staff, these include audio recordings, videos and reading lists. The expectations are cleary explained throughout the year, therefore it is easy to predict the topics and concepts that are likely to come up on the exam. Overall, I really enjoy my course and I feel like my university wants me to do my best.

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Studying politics at DMU is amazing. The faculty is full of amazing staff who know exactly what they are doing and are passionate about it. The facilities are absolutely amazing and the social life around Leicester is fabulous.

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Sociology is an intreiging yet complex subject which looks at the different aspects of relationships, institutions, disabilities and many other areas of the surrounding world. I have throughly enjoyed studying sociology, and highly recommend the subject to students who have an interest in how the world functions.

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ACFI3227
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The lecturers for this module were extra supportive, and not just for module stuff either. The assignment was well written (requirements were listed so we knew how best to get the marks). Taxation is complex, but the module was structured well so that we could see how each bit came together.

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ACFI3422
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The module content has been interesting. Being a complicated subject, it is taught in a way which is understandable by giving step by step instructions as well as continued support.

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AUDY2404
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Incredibly mismanaged, no agreement between supervisors and the module leader, constant miscommunication, no support material for a long time. Poor feedback from supervisors and complaints about this was ignored. We had to have several meetings with the whole course to try and correct the errors they made. Honestly an embarrassment to the university.

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ENGL3086
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The Modernism and Modernity module is a 30 credit module available in the third year. The module consists of a two hour workshop each week. During the workshop a presentation with a general introduction and key points would be given to introduce a particular piece of literature followed by some group activities to get people talking. The teaching on this module was incredibly dynamic and each week was different which kept the content interesting. It is a great module as you have the opportunity to study novels, magazines and poetry.

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AMAN3000
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This module has been the most challenging as it coincides with a maths exam and another exam 2 weeks later, whilst juggling with practice placements it's a struggle!The support received varies: the lectures surrounding this module are not very helpful and recap what is taught first year rather than level 6 contentPersonal supervisors are helpful however so make as much use as possible with them!

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