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The University of Wolverhampton 3.9 / 34 reviews
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You get to learn a lot about how the human body works in relation to drugs, and different drug doses as well as different methods of taking drug. You will also learn how to test the accuracy of drugs, and predict concentration of a certain chemical/ molecule in a solution.

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7AB001
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This is an options module that I was really unsure about taking, I mean what is bioremediation anyway?

The course is well structured taking you through what bioremediation is (solving problems, mainly environmental, using biological organisms and products)  to doing practicals in the well provisioned labs there.

The lecturer and guest lecturers that he arranged were all interesting and I appreciated the extra effort put into finding us 'guests' and giving us tours of the machines behind the scenes.

There are two assessments in this module, on is a presentation that you get to choose a paper and explain it to the rest of the group before answering questions. I won't say it was easy, it wasn't, but it wasn't as bad as you might think and i found it a very interesting experience.

The second assessment is horrible. A three hour exam with one pre-seen question. So basically write an essay and memorise it, I don't really understand what that is meant to be testing except our memorisation skills - needless to say i didn't do as well on that exam as I did on the presentation.

Overall I really enjoyed learning all the different parts of bioremediation and it was really well explained, I was worried it would be completely over my head as I hadn't covered anything similar in my undergraduate degree. I dare say I even enjoyed it!

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7HR005
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Click to edit position descriptionThe Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations cluster focuses on the study of employment relations in the public and private sector, labour markets and pay determination, career development and mentoring. The cluster is headed by Professor Roger Seifert BA (Oxon) MSc (Econ) PhD (London) who is also the past president of the British Universities Industrial Relations Association (BUIRA), a council member of the World Association of Political Economy (WAPE), and visiting professor at universities in Zimbabwe, Malawi and China.

Professor Roger Seifert was the former supervisor of my postgraduate study in Human Resource Management at Keele University.

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This module was based around the British army throughout the second world war. This ranges from just before in the inter-war period to just after the end of the second world war. The structure normally covered a period of war (Inter war for instance) or a particular campaign (The Italian Campaign for instance). With every week there being a presentation from the class which formed part of the grade, and helped us learn from the topic. The teaching was top notch. The lecturer knowing the ins and outs of the field and answering questions diligently. I personally enjoyed this module very much and wished all of my modules were like it.

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I found this module particularly interesting as I personally enjoy learning about mental health. We had lectures on the history of mental health care/treatment in Britain, and certain specific mental health disorders including depression, schizophrenia and dementia. For the assignment, we could chose between two questions - one on the general definition and views of mental health, and the other on treatments in mental health/for a specific condition. I chose the second, and I really enjoyed writing about the various available treatments for schizophrenia.

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5FI004
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Honestly, one of the best modules I have ever studied and I'm very upset it was only for 1 semester. It gave you that freedom to look into other directors (something in which I have recently become passionate in) and see everything Rob has taught you. It didn't matter what director you looked at, everything you were taught was there, which made essays enjoyable because you got to choose directors and their films and made you want to look at other academic resources. When it comes to my dissertation next year, I am almost 100% certain I am going to be looking at Hitchcock through the eyes of that module and what it has taught me.

The freedom was amazing and 10/10 for Rob's teaching.

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5CS003
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Systems Programming is a C based module, that works at almost assembly code level. You are required to be able to allocate memory to your program and ensure it is able to do specific tasks. The first 2 assignments were based in a Windows environment, with the final one in a Linux environment. During the time you get to use a Linus operating system, you are not taught as much as you would expect, seeing as Linux is much different to the Windows operating system. The feedback for these assignments is a class based demonstration and your program will get marked in front of your eyes, sometimes receiving feedback, others not. If you do not have any experience in C before starting this module, I'd recommend looking into it beforehand as it is very different compared to languages such as Java for example.

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The teaching is exceptional and I enjoyed all of my lectures within this module. I was kept engaged and a lot of relevant resources were available to students. Reccomended books were also available in abundance. The assessment was multiple choice and was suitable considering the large amount of information required of students to know.

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i love the course cause it give me the details on how information is accessed through different business mediums, though I have been in a business environment all my life the course has given me a more independent path on how to connect the world of software systems and media. overall i have learned that business information can be a major part of a company and the form of teaching helps me understand it well enough.

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Very good and interesting course with a variety of subjects which are very intriguing and interesting to study. The content ranges from the rules of war, to studying certain aspects of the war like the British army throughout the second world war, to other topics such as Germany from 1919-1945. The lecturers are knowledgeable and passionate, always giving advice and helping whenever needed. The only downside would be that many of them are not good at answering their emails. However i believe overall them to be very good. The module assessments are mostly essays on a multitude of topics which help motivate you to write the essays.

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