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The University of Warwick 4.0 / 751 reviews
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Warwick's approach to both the English and Creative Writing sides of the course is innovative and creative. The tutors are eager to help out with any questions and are generally supportive. There are weekly unassessed tasks, from which you can receive feedback and improve. One thing to note however, is that there is more English content in the first year than writing, which many people find irritating. After this though, you can divide the course as you choose.

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In my opinion, first year at university was a bit too relaxed- although more contact hours than in second and third years. there weren't enough assignments or tests to keep us motivated to study until 2 months before the exams in June- this made second year a really big jump, both academically and mentally (more mental breakdowns to go through lol). Teaching styles of lecturers are quite diverse so you have to be versatile and adaptable in picking up theories and stuff in lectures. A lot of self study time in third year so requires maximum self-discipline and determination.

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The course is quite demanding- lots of contact hours through lectures and in labs. Pre-labs, post-labs, assessed work and tutorials mean that you are quite busy most of the time- but you eventually get used to it. The quality of lectures varies quite a lot, some lecturers are great at engaging with students and explaining concepts well, others are quite terrible and easily put you off the subject. Although some support is given to students who do not have Maths and Physics A levels, you are at a disadvantage in understanding modules in physical chemistry without it. Assessment is mostly exams at the end of the year but laboratory grades and key skills grades count towards assessment. Key skills covers use of computer programs for chemistry, writing journals, making presentations, making academic posters.

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This is a multidisciplinary degree which comprise of both engineering and business elements. This could enable me to have a wide range of experience throughout the course, as well as a lots of choices regarding my future employment. The teaching is effective with a modules approach, which has very good flexibility to suit everyone of the student

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The course is absolutely fantastic, I couldn't ask for a better education. The way each module starts with the basic knowledge and builds up to more and more complex systems is effective in aiding us to understand what we're being taught rather than just remembering facts. The group tasks and tutorial work we're set is a helpful way of challenging us students both as groups and individuals so we are involved in different learning dynamics that emulate real life situations.

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I think that the course is quiet complex. But as far as I'm concerned it sounds logical because it's a really selective course. Moreover the lecturers are really good and I heard they are even better for the second and third year student. Furthermore I would say that they are lots of great opportunities in Warwick.

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My degree is good because there are many modules to choose from that are of a wide variety, so there will always be something on the syllabus that you enjoy. The reading load can be heavy, but this is expected of this type of degree, and everything you read is useful in one way or another. the Teaching methods vary, but most of the time it is focussed on what you have to say and so the tutor will start you off and then it is very much a class based discussion, which is good in order to hear everyone's ideas and gather different opinions, which is vital for this course.

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My degree is a challenging yet intresting course. The modules are broad so you study parts of different subjects such as psychology and economics. It is quite exam based but there is some coursework to do through the year.

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Economics at Warwick is a rigorous course that encourages critical thinking, independent work, and practical applications of various economic techniques. Lecturers are exceptional, and come from a wide range of sub-disciplines: development, financial, game theoretic, micro, macro, etc. Warwick is seeking to compete with the likes of Oxbridge, LSE, UCL, so course content is likely similar.

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I am now in my second year studying mathematics at warwick. At a levels I found I could grasp the content quite easily and was quite good at the subject. However, maths at degree level is very differentired as we are taken back to the very basics. Much of first year included proving theorems and ideas used in a-levels. Though I am studying pure maths I have the option to do modules from other subjects including philosophy, economics, physics and philosophy. Also he maths department at warwick have also allowed pupils to take language and teaching modules.A maths student may have up to 23 hours of lectures and tutor meetings a week.Though my course is very challenging at times, I have thoroughly enjoyed all parts of the course

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