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The University of Bath 4.3 / 187 reviews
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The course is the most comprehensive course i have heard of compared with other uni's. However this does mean that the workload can occasionally be quite high. The lecturers are very friendly and always willing to help, all you need to do is ask! the tutoring in the first two years is brilliant, with small groups it is vital for the proper understanding.

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My course is 4 years long as the third year is in industry. There is a lot of work involved as the course is hard, I find it very interesting though. There are also practical work involved which is interesting to put the content into practice. As well as science modules there is a biomaths module as maths is essential for calculation and formulas on the course.

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Regarding Mathematics, I quite like how my course is structured. There is a lot of support if necessary - the Mathematics and Statistics Help Center are really helpful. Regarding the Computer Science ones, I am not sufficed as we are only taught the basics and then we are told to look up on the internet the details.

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Very complex course with lots of content. Key skills units are a good support network and help develop softer skills. Excellent careers advice too.

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A difficult degree, but the department has some great lecturers and facilities to help you through. I have enjoyed the course. In recent years student numbers have increased a lot and therefore in the future satisfaction might not be so high as the campus struggles to cope.

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It's a good course to go for if you want some business knowledge on the side like human resource, accounting, organisational behaviour, e-business and so on. As with any other computing course, it will be a big help if you have prior knowledge in coding and programming, so you will not struggle so much

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The course offers students a wide range of units to study across all the major science fields, however you must select a maximum of two of the sciences and take the units of these available (usually with some maths). I can speak for the physics and chemistry units, when I say they are generally well taught and a lot of support is available if needed. The lecturers generally responds to emails quickly and are happy for you to drop by their office to discuss any problems. In comparison to other courses, there are quite a high number of contact hours (in order to cover all the content!) but the quantity of work is manageable and a lot of the units tie in quite nicely. The only problem I have had is that when applying to science jobs, I have had difficulty getting an interview where they rule you out based on your degree program and don't actually consider the units you have taken, although there are plenty of jobs that do look more in depth. Overall I would recommend the course for any keen scientist

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2nd Year

Well structured modules, split to cover a vast amount of information in an applied manner, providing relevence to every day sporting situations within physiology of the human body, the mechanics of the movements of the joints and the importance of pscholology within sport which can determine pschological illnesses and prevention methods. 

A mix of coureswork and exams, varys the course. With each assesment being new and based on a variety of topics. A range of group work and mostly individual coursework. 60% coursework and 40% exam. 

There is an element of descision making to choose your own assignments titles, which allows individuality and alows you to specialise to an area of interest. 

Great quality of teaching. The course content really pushes the students, and is very challenging at times, the hard work is needed as it is a highly respected and ranked course at Bath. 

The placement year has great oppourtunities for a great carreer start, with the excellent contacts bath holds. 

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PS30151
Anonymous

This module was especially good, mostly because the lecturer was actively researching in this field. We approached blindness from multiple perspectives which I found really interesting. We came up with the questions for our final essay assessments ourselves, which meant that everyone ended up writing about something they enjoyed.

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MN20034
Anonymous

This was one of my most interesting modules. The lecturers were great, they found the perfect mix between theory and practical, worked examples. We also had 2 guest lecturers which made the course even more interesting. I'd recommend this module for anyone interested in marketing/ branding or even sales. The group assessment was tough but very relevant which I liked.

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