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The University of Liverpool 4.0 / 417 reviews
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Anonymous
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The course gives one a balance between busines/ career orientated study and the interesting study of history. it allows the student to meet an interect with different groups of people who are to be found in the different subjects. furthermore the degree equips students with a range of skills to be found in the two disiciplines, with history being far more academically orientated and clearly less skills orientated contrasting the study of business.

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I enjoy the layout of the course - it separates the course into clear divisions, including, the normal physiology and science, animal husbandry and infectious diseases.

The forms of assessment are not just exams but continuous assessment which cover a range of aspect - from communication skills to representation by drawings.

The variety of teaching methods make it very enjoyable - lectures, labs and tutorials

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LIFE221
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The tri-weekly lectures were arranged in a logical order, and many were taught be research staff specialising in those areas. The material covered was engaging and not beyond comprehension, although some aspects were complex and required extra attention when it came to revision. Assessment in the form of a 2500 word essay, where students were able to apply for essay titles that interested them. I found this module, and even the assessment, incredibly enjoyable and engaging - one of my favourite modules from my entire degree. It began the development of my interest in global health

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LAW332
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I took this module as an option in my final year of study. As opposed to learning substantive law such as criminal, contract, tort etc. We delved into the realms of legal philosophy considering the views of legal positivists and natural lawyers and tried to reconcile their views to understand why law is how it is. I thoroughly recommend this module for anybody who really cares about law

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ENGL368
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This was a really diverse and varied module - the nature of the module meant that we studied films, plays and other adaptations of Shakespeare's work so it was always engaging and interesting. The teaching was really strong with most lectures led by professor leading in the Shakespeare field, he was really genuinely interested and his passion came across in lectures and tutorials which made it more enjoyable. Forms of assessment were also varied, with group work, individual essay and an exam.

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Gem Buckley
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1st Year

This course is really flexible and, despite being "popular music", you can still choose some classical modules if you want to. It's also accessible and assessed in different ways. In second and third year you have almost total control over module options - everything from the symphonies of Gustav Mahler, to music and gaming. There's something for everyone! 

The lecturers are brilliant and most can make even the less exciting subjects interesting. 

The university campus is so close to the city centre and everyone is lovely. Moving here was one of the best things I've ever done! 

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FREN312
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This module is a must for consolidating knowledge of literary French style and register, and also introduces different writing styles that may not have been in previous modules. The staff are native English speakers, but many French exchange students also take this module, so there is an excellent atmosphere for discussion and increased learning for all students

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MKIB225
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This course acts as an introuduction to the different theories and ideas surrodning international trade, investment flows and international political eocnomy. it allows one ot understand the different ideas and gives a good base which the student can use to find out more about the subject. The module helps you understand some of the major problems facing business in the current world economy, and the different geopolitical impacts of certain business decision, as well as how businesses measure and manage political risk.

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COMP101
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This module taught us the basics of object oriented programming in Java. It allowed students of all programming backgrounds to reach a similar level of competency. The weekly coding assignments and feedback were challenging, without being overwhelming.

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CHEM111
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Taught by knowledgeable staff. The weighting of the module is 15 credits. You are assessed by class test, lab course , and the exam. You also have an accompanied textbook for this module which you are given.

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