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Queen Mary University of London 4.1 / 926 reviews
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This is a fantastic, informative, well taught multi-sisciplinary degree. With the focus on health and global health, first year modules include: social determinents of health, epidemiology and statistics, introduction to politics and global health, reading writing and analysis, society medicine and health, international politics in global health, introduction to health economics, and geographies of health and disease. I really would reccommend this degree if these are subjects which interest you. The teaching is excellent, the staff are very supportive, and the university and it's facilities are superb - plus, its great fun living in London! Assessment method include: essays, exams, and presentations (group and individual) - the weighting is quite equally spread between the assessment methods. There is a lot of reading, but its all very interesting and thus enjoyable. This course is actually taught at the Whitechapel Campus of Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry (which is part of Queen Mary), rather than the Mile End Campus of Queen Mary University of London. I love the Whitechapel Campus, a mix of buildings traditional and modern, it is a short walk away from the City, Tower Bridge, Spitalfields, and Shoreditch! Great underground connections too. All in all, this is a great course - if you like the sound of it, I would definitely urge you to apply!

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The course is very interesting with many modules that link. For example, algebra in the second semester is a continuation of the concepts learnt in Mathematical Structures in the first semester. And Statistics uses the concepts from Probability. Of course, there is a range in the difficulty of modules. I'm sure a lot of my fellow first year undergraduates will tell you that probability was the most difficult module and calculus 1 and 2 (which are more applied maths, like a level maths) are the easiest. Overall the module is interesting and worth recommending.

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It is a challanging and interesting degree. But as any degree, it has its highs and lows. Most of the modules are really enjoyable and useful, but there are a few that are not that good. And there is not many optional modules, so everyone follows pretty much the same, which is not neccessarily a bad thing. Overall a realy good experience

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I think my degree choice is intresting. The modules taught vary from learning about goats to knowing how to write up and conudct a study.I particulary like the essential skills module as this allows studetns to gain insight into the working world of a Psychologist.I like how there is a mixture of both coursewokr and exams as some people are not good in an particular area.I think the university could improve on how they mark the essays we summit as they tend to be marked by different people each and every time and with personal prefences , we can either get a harse marker marking our work down even tough we summit the same work as someone who got marked by a more lienent marker and got a super high mark. It just seems unfair but understand this is probaly something you cannot infulence.Overall a great university and would recommned it.

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The course is very challenging as it covers a very broad range of sectors in science, but allows students to go into great depth as the degree progresses. You truly get a 'taste' of every area of science and can specialise further once you get further into the degree. On the whole, the teaching is mostly great (although occasionally some professors are very dull and content can be dull sometimes, e.g. techniques in biomedical sciences module). There is a good balance of practical work, essays, MCQs and exams. It is a great degree that leaves you with SO many skills. It is extremely time-consuming - it is not an easy degree! You have to be very committed to the degree to do well in it.

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Queen Mary is a top university and the International Relations course is truly brilliant. the diversity within the student body allows for a variety of opinions and experiences which also extends to the teaching staff. the course will lead to a greater understanding of politics, current and past in addition to the ideologies that seek to explain them.

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The internationally recognised University of London counts among its members some of the leading higher education institutions in the world. QMUL students are able to use a host of University of London facilities including the main University Library at Senate House, which provides access to thousands of books and journals.

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CHE206
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The module was very well taught, starting from the most basic things until everyone was able to understand what happened during a particular disease and how that could be stopped. Feedback was always given promptly, and the coursework was useful and stimulating. Not so complex, everything is pretty straightforward.

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POL106
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This was my favourite module for my first year. There was a new area of study every week covering broad topics in international relations. The module leaders and lecturers were really helpful and my seminar tutor was very knowledgeable and engaging.

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It is very intestine and adopts a psychological approach to analysing and explaining matters, for example using zimbardo and asch to explain and demonstrate group conformity and how in businesses some people lose their own identity and became encompassed in the situation to a point where it is psychological damaging.

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