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Queen Mary University of London 4.1 / 863 reviews
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Personally, I was not fond of the course material provided for this degree. Although lecturers are excellent in their individual fields, overall, my experience interacting with them was not ideal. For example, asking questions was supposedly encouraged but more often left you feeling like a burden. Experience at uni depended fully on the students you met, as that could indeed make the rest of the experience nicer. In terms of facilities, internet access was forever failing, library restrooms were always out of order, library opening times did not remain extended throughout the entire exam period...

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Chemistry at queen Mary is a good course. There are some advantages and disadvantages. One of the advantages is that it's fairly well structured and there is sufficient support available throughout the year.One of the disadvantages is that there are always tests/assignments/coursework tasks due.

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The variety of modules on offer, particularly for the 2nd and 3rd year is a huge plus. Also the course is assessed mainly on assignments/coursework with only 2 exams in the entirety of the course (both in 1st year), this for me is a strongpoint as I personally do not enjoy exam based assessment, especially for English as I believe it defeats the purpose of the subject. All lectures are recorded which comes in extremely handy closer to deadlines and is not a luxury that all students have. Overall I've enjoyed my first year and am excited about the next couple years due to the plethora of options that I have.

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Studying English at QMUL is definitely an enjoyable experience. Both the lectures and seminars are intellectually challenging, giving students the opportunity to develop their understanding of literature as a whole. Support is also made available to students when needed through a variety of methods such as seminar leaders providing support, the Royal Literary Fund and handouts provided by lecturers. The course itself initially provides students with a glimpse of literature as a whole, equipping students with the basic skills. The second and third year of university then exposes students to a range of modules, allowing them to pursue their interests. I have so far thoroughly enjoyed studying English at QMUL and look forward to the remainder of my course.

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While a demanding degree, there is no comparison to the enjoyment and satisfaction one can obtain from this degree. Well structured, excellent support, and quality teaching all help make the degree what it is!

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The content of the course is divided into Computer Science, Engineering and Design. Design is only one module which is constant during the whole course and is taught similarly to postgraduate programs. Nevertheless all other modules are meant to give knowledge to better the students design abilities. The Engineering modules are also complemented with Material Science modules. The Computer Science portion is very much programming and other user interaction modules such as arduino.

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A well-structured degree with modules ranging from biochemistry and genetics to pharmacology and anatomy. Most lecturers are really good with very good lecture notes, although a couple are tough to follow. The content itself is straight forward most of the time, however can be heavy at times, especially in second and third year. Assessment includes coursework and exams in June. Recommend it without second thought!

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The course is very well managed and organized. The degree teaches you basic mechanical engineering and its application on medicine. Therefore, combitnation of two makes this degree very interesting as well as interdiscplinary. The lecturers are well qualfied and involved in research on industrial level so it gives you good insight into practial applications in real world engineering.

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This course is very good, with a range of technical and mathematical modules, it is essential to learn some bit of coding before attempting this course, you can learn fresh but it will give you so much advantage if you had learnt prior, the maths modules are very easy and if you leanr the mthods and just keep on doing them until exam season you will get near full marks. The teaching is fine, with some of the lecturers got bad english and sometimes go too fast and use too much jargon.

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I found that with the course content it was quite well taught and in depth. As it is just first year however, the focus is more on breadth rather than depth.

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Overall the lecturers aren't all that bad. However, some of the lecturers are lets just say monotone. You guys will love the anatomy lecturer lol.

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Overall, there are plenty of resources available to students. You don't have to buy all the books on the reading requirements as the library has most if not all of them stocked.

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This is something that has been improving over time, however, I'd like to see more improvements on this topic. Assessments aren't really the issue here, more that feedback isn't as thorough as you'd like it to be sometime.

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Your academic advisor is your first point of call on when it comes to all things related to academic support. If they can't help you or believe that you'd be better fit to get support/advice from someone else, they'll direct you in the direction of the person who is most useful to your situation. This can range from the schools student support officer to the Director of Taught Programmes.

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I really believe that your course and university is what you make of it. The course overall challenges you and you learn a lot from it. It is quite varied in that there's something for everyone so if you think that you don't like one module as much, you're bound to find another that you'll get stuck in. Some of the practicals are really quite interesting as you'll find out as well.

The university as a whole is really quite great. Since it is a campus based university its quite a safe and sociable uni which also has that community feel to it.

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