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- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- Colchester open days on 17th Sep & 22nd Oct. Southend open day on 15th Oct.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Teaching programmes will be delivered through a blended-learning model. The majority of learning opportunities will be available in-person as long as it remains safe to do so. The University requires the use of face coverings in all indoor spaces, such as student teaching spaces, study spaces, library, all circulation areas, toilets and kitchens, unless you are medically exempt.
5 Finance reviews at University of Essex
Actuarial Science, BSc HonsBy member959557 On 4th June 21 Verified student
Diverse course which also inter links well with itself. A lot of maths involved.
Finance, BSc HonsBy member833031 On 23rd July 18
The course is good, but some overall the lecturers are more encourage to do well in reasearch than in teaching. One of the best lecturers I have had have been asked to focus on reasearch ibstead of teaching to undergraduates. My personal tutor is amazing and, even if he is very busy, he always makes time to help his students. Due to the high number of student intakes as compared to new personnel, the lecturers are overly busy. This means that less time can be dedicated to invidual students. And new foreign lecturers start teachibg early when their English is not yet fully understandavle and their communication skills are not good enough for big classes. Big lectures are the norm. The module choice is large, but some modules are inactive due to scarcity of personnel (e.g. Behavioral Finance and E- accounting).
If you're interested in maths it is the course for you... Some lectures may be boring however overall I found it interesting.
Actuarial Science, BSc HonsBy member1225445 On 21st December 16
Good course, good uni
Banking and Finance, BSc HonsBy member711487 On 23rd July 15