you get a MacBook Pro with all relevant software, paid for in your course, which you can keep after you graduate.
the course content is pretty engaging but not always the best of quality. there's also a variety of modules with different degrees of relevance to the "journalism" aspect of the degree you're paying top whack for.
My course is ridiculous to be quite frank. There is 1 module in first year that is good, 181MC is the best course we do in first year. The rest are sh*t, absolute w*nk. Teaching is sh*t, don't do it. They promised trips, where are they? I just find this course disappointing to be quite frank. Very disappointing.
Year 2 student, so far tutors are great. They've been very helpful. Little tips here, if you're a direct entry student, U DONT GET A MACBOOK. U hv to pay extra to cover year 1 fee. coz they pay the macbook by tution fees. You have to pay an insurance for the laptop as well.
and don't expect too much from Ellen Terry building. It's the ugliest and oldest building among other buildings. Hahahaha. Anyways classrooms are new. Just no big lecture hall.
You can a lot of real life job exposure here. Just be active and participate the activities. They provide a lot of platform and opportunities for placement. It's great for media student as we are more practical-based than theory-based.