The level is very low, teaching stuff not so qualified. The best part of it was having lots of time for my social life because studying was so unchallenging. If you want value for money and learn something useful, do not study here.
*The course was Economics, Banking and Finance, this site didn't recognise it though.
The course (I can't find it in your choice, but it named Global economy)sounds like a business major, but it is from the social and political sessions. I would say it is worthwhile to have meaningful discussions with teachers.
As you are aware, some academic staff are striking this week, which corresponds to the final week of presentations for SCIE for most groups. I do not know which SCIE tutors, if any, will strike, and tutors are under no obligation to disclose this information until afterwards. With this in mind, and unless your tutor tells you otherwise, you should plan to attend your seminar group this week as normal. Submissions on Moodle will also be marked as normal.
During the semester, you have all been very supportive of one another in providing peer feedback, and are now familiar with how the classes work. If your tutor does not attend you seminar group this week, you will need to decide as a group whether (or not) to continue with the class nonetheless, in order to provide feedback to your peers. You can print copies of the Peer Feedback Form in case you decide to do this. You can also use a blank piece of paper to act as a sign-in sheet, which should then be sent to Sabine.Mohan@glasgow.ac.u
actually I am studying for the LLM (International Commercial Law). There is a wide range of courses that can be chosen by following personal requirement and the School is preparing to open some new courses.