Sociology at Bangor University is absolutely incredible. The course topics are interesting and in-depth, looking at a variety of differemt aspects, from the original founders of sociology and its theories, all the way to the present where you have class discussions of things in the news, such as Brexit or the US elections, and everything in between.The staff are all published experts in their fields and are always more than happy to help in any way they can.Plus, if you aren't a fan of exams then this is the course for you!
I feel like the information they give you on open days is nothing like the modules you do. This year has been hard and I've struggled with the texts that have been set as they're usually not my thing. However, the support I've received is phenomenal and that is what has motivated me, to see how passionate these lectures are about the stuff they teach it ends up rubbing off on you.
I have been able to have a brief yet thorough understanding of social services and how these services help vulnerable individuals within society.
Very enjoyable and covers so much in am easy to learn way, all the lectures except John m are amazing and the field courses provided are stunning and afforadable
This module was the one which I have enjoyed the most during my time at the university. The content is set out well to spread the gain of knowledge throughout the year and the unique asessment methods provide oppertunities for students who may not necessarily thrive in exams to shine. Furthermore the practicle side of the course is informative and complete portreying difficult concepts in an easy way.
Follows on from the Java intro module (1022) from semester 1. Introduces the use of classes, objects and OOP. Very useful for beginners to programming or even those already well versed. It'll bring your skills right up to date and will help you understand the important concepts for the title. Assessment is through assessed laboratory sessions and feedback is given in the following 1-2 weeks on a one to one basis.
The lecturer for this module is AMAZING. She is very enthusiastic, provides real world examples and goes above and beyond. She is very approachable and will gladly discuss the module with you in depth. She teaches in a variety of ways and gives you the opportunity to not only develop your knowledge, but also your employability skills. The best part of the module is the 8 hour exam....yes 8 hours. But its less of an exam and more a practice for when you are given 8 hours to put together a full length report in the workplace. The feedback given was excellent and I couldn't recommend this module, and the lecturer enough.
This is a really enjoyable module and was primarily practical opposed to lectures. In semester 1, we used raspberry Pis to build a network. The lab assistants and lecturers were a lot of help and really explained everything well.
this is, in my opinion, the best module throughout my law degree! even though I did not particularly like domestic public law, I have a great interest in international public law and therefore decided to take this module.
the module gives a great basic understanding in order to pursue a masters in this course and feels a good general feel of the area(s) of law.
After studying domestic law for nearly three years, it is very interesting to see how certain things come back at international level and how the laws that deal with it are created in a different way than domestic law.
This module is an optional provided in third year. It entails fieldwork for a week in Tenerife studying the soils and landscape of the island. There is also a brief trip to la gomera during the week to compare and contrast between the ecosystems of the two islands. The teaching ia good and it generally brings a physical understanding to the course ideas.