First year complete, after being undecided whether I has made the right choice completeing the first year and recieving the grades I achieved it is safe to say I definetly made the right choice for myself. The course is informativ, all the tutors are helpful as well as being able to have a laugh and joke they remain professional and are there when you need them. The structure of the course is laid out so good! I wish i done this sooner, the amount of information you get for both sides of the course is benefical to helping you choose what you want to do with the course when you've finished. Step close to achieveing my goals! :)
Course is a little hit and miss- some tutors are amazing while others less so. Feel that the course isn't very well organised- assignments over lapped a too much.
Overall this is a fairly good course but not the best. Teaching staff were mostly very knowledgable and helpful, and a couple of the lecturers are at the top of their field, such as Dr David McCarthy.
However, some modules became very repetitive year on year for certain subjects, such as Nutrition Science, with little additional material. Organisation is variable between modules also, with some modules being very well run but others less so, with lecture slides not always available before the lecture, and confusion over coursework word limits and deadlines.
Overall preparations for exams have been very helpful, with module leaders providing past papers and revision sessions with good explanations of what is expected. However, there was an instance in one module where multiple essay questions on an exam were on a subject we were told not to spend much time focusing on.
Work in the Superlab is an amazing experience, the laboratory is enormous and very impressive, and the lecturers and lab technicians are very helpful, although there are very few for such a large class size.
It is worth noting that London Met doesn't have OpenAthens access, which can make finding scientific papers for assignments more difficult, and if you cannot access a paper, they require you to pay for them to get you access, which is £6, quite pricey as a student who has already paid fees.
On the whole, it is an interesting and worthwhile course, but this is not the best out there, I am sure. If you can get into a more reputable university with OpenAthens access you might have an easier time.
I really enjoyed the content of the course as well as the lovely people on my course. Teachers have been really supportive and took care of everyone individually. I wish there would have been more practical parts of the course.
Teaching was overall very good but the facilities unfortunately comprised the quality of the course. I managed to organise a placement in Prague after I graduated which I thoroughly enjoyed!!!!!
I find the course very satisying. I personally find the psychology modules very interesting. I hope to change course next year. I enjoy being at the university as the people are very friendly and it has a great vibe here.
I enjoy this course and the lecturers are very nice. The university itself has a good atmosphere. More equipment is needed for practicals eg. in anatomy there is only one skeleton to go around in class.
I love the course. However, I find the biochemistry subject really difficult, and I believe all the lecturers don't know how to make it easier for students, since it is a very complex subject.
The structure of these lectures are good but with coursework they need to make it more clear with regards to teaching and explaining what we have to do.
I have enjoyed the course so far, however I am quite dissapointed as I expected the course to offer more practical help and I find that it is too focused on the theory aspect of the course. However I have enjoyed learning about different languages.