The Business School has offered interesting modules, such a Simple Behavioural Economics and Philosophy of Economics which has broadened my understanding of economics and business that is relevant to contemporary times. However, a couple of modules have been badly organised and was presented poorly by the lecturer (who I shall not name) which made the entire module boring and tedious. I hope this will change as most lecturers make content engaging and interesting to study. The business school career zone provide great career prospects and advice for future employment. The amenities in the business school are modern with plenty of study space, and is by far one of the best buildings on campus!
The course was excellent and most of the teaching staff were fantastic. I was supported throughout by my lecturers and my personal tutor and given extra help where needed. The career zone was invaluable during my internship and graduate job search and from what I know, no other University has such a great system to help with this.
Personal tutors are usually far removed. Too busy doing one thing or the other so can't really be available when you need them. I gave the job prospects that low a rating because as an international student in the business school, working in England is going to be extremely difficult, unless the organisation has substantial dealings with your home country (looking at you China and India)