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University of Hertfordshire 4.2 / 135 reviews
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This course is stimulating if you are good with numbers. As someone that is not too great at mathematics, I am really struggling to cope with the numerical modules such as economic tools and techniques. The course is informative and the most interesting module in my opinion is global perspectives in business. In this module you learn about different cultures and there's plenty of cool facts to learn. There is 1 one hour lecture per week per module and also 1 one hour seminar per week per module. This alows plenty of time for independent studying throughout the week.

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Teaching is good, and there are enough assessments to go by. I could say we learned a lot during 1st year. But as with any other course, I encountered some professors who may have the knowledge of the topic, but can't really deliver it to students thus leaving us looking for other means to get the knowledge.

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3rd Year

This course has taught me alot about the professional world and has made me ready to enter the business world. The teaching which university provides are excellent with 24 hours open digital libraries. It covers many areas of a business and has expertise in all of them.

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6BUS1117
Anonymous

This module was probably the most beneficial for myself at university. During final year of university, after completing a study abroad and work placement in France, I was certain on pursuing a career completely in Marketing without having a true passion for this as a job. I was unsure when coming back what my career path would be or if I would enjoy anything within Business.

When learning on this module, not only did the lecturer within the university remain enthusiastic throughout the module and teach us real case studies and materials in order to develop our assignments and exams, but he also showed us how strategy can be interesting and how many different strategists globally view it differently.

This module allowed me to finally put both marketing and strategy together to fill that grey area in my future career. After learning this, I had realised during past work experience, I had been getting involved in strategy throughout and these were the aspects of the work that I had enjoyed.

Personally, I have to thank our lecturer for this, and for my clarity in applying for social media and marketing strategist roles at entry level not just in UK but in other countries such as Germany and Netherlands.

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Anonymous

The module is very current with design and the internet. There is a social element to it. Which can be helpful when wanting to showcase design work and develop yoursef as a designer.

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5BUS1004
Anonymous

This course has to be my favourite course through out my 3 years at university. The teacher we had was amazing and so passionate which made the lessons very interesting. I liked that we looked at current ways businesses uses marketing to communicate with their customers. The coursework we had was good too as wegot given a scenario and we had to do the marketing for the company. The help we got was really good as the teachers are very happy to help aswell as fellow students. The learning resources are really good too.

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6BUS1047
Anonymous

This module has been my favourite and it is taught by a Julian devillez. It teaches you soft techniques fot solving messy problems. The unique perspective you are required to take really is a new experience and Julian is simply the best in teaching this module. There are certainly some world class teachers at this university and he is certainly one of them.

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The teacher brought the class to life adding personal information to give the study more depth. Kept exciting because of it's up to date nature, its inquisitive nature and the potential to discover real life data. It was a measurement pf how useful this degree will be in years to come, in associations with people, issues that may need to be addressed. Taught with passion and received in an upbeat, performative manner of which the course was like watching an action movie, the discoveries kept you going til the end.

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Employment Law consists of amazing lecturers who make the module so so enjoyable. They also ensure that we understand the content we're learning and provide help whenever needed. They also provide efficient feedback after every coursework. The marking is fair and I have fully enjoyed this course. It is my favourite module and this is shown through my attainment of a first class in Employment Law.

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Anonymous

This module comprises of 3 sub-topics : Design talk reviews, knowledge exchange, and project documentation.Over the span of the course, industry leaders are invited by the university to come and share their ideas and innovations to us. We have had talks regarding product design, materials innovations, and most notably starchitect Sir Peter Cook who shared with us his compelling story about how he began and what he went though as an aspiring architect. From these talks, we were required to write reviews (much like this one) as a form of assessment.We are also required to share whatever knowledge we have in regards to interior design to our classmates. This can be anything from working experience, new innovations, design programs tips and tricks, inspirations, global problems etc.Lastly, a guest lecturer who owns and works in a London based interior design firm teaches us about possible problems, work ethics, and other necessary and practical requirements that interior designers of today will face. I personally enjoyed this the most as we are given an opportunity to sample real world situations which everyone will eventually face. I believe this to be extremely important as some universities have been known to lull students into believing that the outside industry is all fun and games. I believe hard facts and showing the harsh reality of the working world to students to be an important aspect which must be taught to prepare us for the storm that is to come.

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