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Covid-19 Response

TEACHING MODE:
Blended learning.
OPEN DAYS:
On-campus open day on 11th Jun.
TEACHING NOTES:
The curriculum is being delivered through their innovative Dual Delivery 2.0. DD2.0 Involves increased face-to-face learning and teaching - you will spend the majority of your timetabled contact hours on campus and the flexibility of live-streaming of on campus learning sessions (delivered at the same time).
This is the latest available data taken from the uel.ac.uk website on 18th May 2022. Read all universities responses in our Covid-19 university response article.

4 Media studies reviews at University of East London (UEL)


Student Review: 1.8 /5

Media and Communication, BA Hons

By member1067741 On 1st April 22

The course has been a disappointment. Lets start with year 1, For the most part the lecturers were great, and we had informative lectures. However we also had several practical modules that consisted of groupwork and required practical skills. Unfortunately this is where the problems started, first a large majority of the students rarely came to class, which made organising group projects extremely difficult, the module leaders made little effort to improve attendance, and as far as I'm aware students were rarely penalised for poor attendance. This led to the hard working students doing the hard work and watching the underperformers being handed the same grade for the coursework regardless of their level of input. Year 2 can best be described as a mess, now to be fair it was online learning due to covid. However, it was decided to run a work experience module in November of 2020, as we were entering a second lockdown.Needless to say many of the students failed to find apropriate roles.

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Student Review: 1.8 /5

Media and Communication, BA Hons

By member746206 On 1st March 20

Don't expect too much from the course, not utterly terrible, and some of the lecturers seem to be genuinely interested in their work, on the other hand, I have the feeling the university has no interest in supporting its students nor its staff.

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Student Review: 3.2 /5

Media and Communication, BA Hons

By member1141174 On 8th August 19

Good teachers with support out of class via email or private tutorials. Didn't offer much advice on job hunting after uni and not a very good programme when offering work experience. Not many contact hours each week and was a fairly easy course to do alongside a part time job.

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Student Review: 3.4 /5

Film, BA Hons

By member1141155 On 7th August 19

We need better equipment

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