Most degrees will run a mix of digital and in-person teaching, though the exact balance will depend on your School’s arrangements.Large group teaching is the most likely type to be delivered digitally.
I'm a 2nd Year Linguistics student and I love my course! The course has a huge variety to it so you are always engaged and stimulated by the content. All my tutors have been very helpful and I have enjoyed learning about such a diverse and interesting subject.
Not many interactions with PT, but loving all the students and even though the lecture quality could be improved, they seem to know good basics to teach! For this programme there are endless job opportunities as long as you have passion and interest, and for EU students it's free to study here as of now, so all is good.
it’s a decent sized course but all the professors are really great and really on it. because i did english a level, content wise the first war was definitely a slow start, but the courses available second and third year onwards are a really good selection. in terms of job prospects, there are loads of tech orientated/programming courses offered from third year on which can really broaden what’s available to you
So far, my experience has been ok. It mostly depends on the course organiser for the modules, but overall the modules I've taken have been decent. The student reps are always there to help inform the lectures about any issues too which is great.