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The University of Leeds 4.1 / 1250 reviews
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My program is great! It covers a wide range of areas; such as Education; sociology; and psychology, which is very beneficial because it allows for a broad outlook on Childhood Studies. The method of assessment is mainly assignment work which I like because I personally do not preform to my highest potential in exam conditions.The program is delivered by a number of highly qualified and knowledgeable individuals. The tutors on the program are very friendly and approachable. They are always happy to help and ensure everyone is happy and understand the topics covered.

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In my opinion, East Asian degrees are very well structured, with great teachers and a good program. However, although very supportive especially for students with good marks, students with average marks or below are kind of left to their own devices until they fail because of the amount of work they couldn't catch up with. Because of the amount of words and kanji to learn from day one a student cannot delay work but, personally I didn't understand what was required to do until three weeks in.

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Both sides of the course have one core language module (i.e. grammar based) and the rest of your credits are filled up with culture modules. I have around 10/12 hours contact time a week with one hour for each language dedicated to speaking practice.

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The first year of my degree has been good overall, not too tricky as I did A-Level sociology but a good introduction to more difficult topics in future years. The tutors are quite helpful and there aren't too many contact hours.

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Overall 4/5 stars.The good: very extensive and varied module choices for this course through every area of philosophy and business management combined. My personal favourites have included Philosophy of the Mind and Business Law.The teaching of both has been, for the majority good but there have been some lecturers in both subjects who lack real compassion in order to make their lectures interesting.

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I believe my degree is a very good degree. I love studying international relations and I think that the course content is relevant and interesting, and I believe that the department and the lecturers are very helpful and informative. Studying Chinese is very, very difficult, but as I am writing this from China on my year abroad I can certainly say that I am enjoying it and it has been well worthwhile. Becoming fluent in Chinese as well as gaining a knowledge of international relations will be very beneficial to me.

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Content: IHP offers a very eclectic mix of content. There is a lot of flexibility (particularly in your first year) with both optional politics and history modules. The course covers a very wide range of geographic and chronologic history.

Structure: As expected from any arts subject, IHP has low contact time (4-6 hours a week) which comprises of lectures and seminars. The name of the course is misleading as it is not a joint honours course but a single honours course.

Teaching: The history professors sre fantastic and the school offers a wide range of professors wih very different research areas.

Forms of assesment: A standard history module is assesed on a 10-30-60 basis, however these percentages are subject to change slightly. 10% is presentation, 30% is an assesed essay (2000 words) and 60% is an exam at the end of the semester. The assesment is designed tk test as many skills as possible. Politics modules vary slightly but still hold a similar framework.

My enjoyment: I gave the course 5 stars as I have really enjoyed the range of content and the quality of the teaching.

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I have thoroughly enjoyed my Biology degree. It has proven to be extremely diverse and has enabled me to gain a valuable insight into many aspects of Biology so I feel it has given me lots of transferable skills. The assessments are varied however I feel that some of the marking (between personal tutor groups/dissertation posters) could be more standardised across the course.

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Great structure of modules, natural progression for learning. The faculty is high-class, and bar a few exceptions, the teaching is of a high standard, and they show real care and are there to help you.

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Law and French is a great course, if you think about the amount of people that study straight law and then think about the amount of places on the law and French course there is already an advantage of employability on us. You also get the experience for a year abroad and the insight into another legal system which is really a great addition to your cv

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