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You will receive a mix of digital and in-person teaching, though the exact balance will depend on your School’s arrangements and their ability to hold in-person teaching. Large group teaching, such as lectures, will continue to be delivered digitally. Everyone on campus will continue to wear a face-covering in indoor spaces.
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3 Management studies reviews at University of Edinburgh


Student Review: 4.2 /5

Business with Decision Sciences, MA Hons

By member465778 On 28th January 22 verified Verified student

Would like courses to be more challenging

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Student Review: 4.8 /5

Ecological and Environmental Sciences with Management, BSc Hons

By member1163226 On 27th October 21 verified Verified student

Great course that is set up with easy to follow resources

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Student Review: 4 /5

Chemical Engineering with Management, MEng Hons

By member626295 On 14th April 17

Chemical Engineering is tough. You have to be ready to put in the work, but it is definitely worth it in the end (or that's what I keep telling myself). It is a well structured degree program and although you may find yourself questioning if what you're studying is actually relevant, it will be useful later on. The topics are interesting enough by engineering standards and after a while you will find yourself involuntarily relating concepts to reality as you finally begin to think like an engineer (it will happen, eventually). The highlight of Chemical Engineering, however, is the social life. The ChemEng Soc is incredible, definitely one of the largest and most active subject-based societies at Edinburgh University, so definitely come join us. If you're still unsure if Chemical Engineering is for you, just Google the graduate starting salary.

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