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TEACHING MODE:
Blended learning.
OPEN DAYS:
Gilmorehill campus open day on 31st Aug. Dumfries campus open day on 15th Sep.
TEACHING NOTES:
They intend to offer a blended approach. They hope to deliver a mix of online and in-person teaching. They’ll increase on-campus activities as it becomes safe to do so. It will no longer be a requirement to wear face coverings in public places.
This is the latest available data taken from the gla.ac.uk website on 27th July 2022. Read all universities responses in our Covid-19 university response article.

6 Social policy reviews at University of Glasgow


Student Review: 3.6 /5

Public Policy, MA(SocSci) Hons

By member1268306 On 18th April 22 verified Verified student

Good course if you're really into changing the society looking for way forward, it might look a little tough to find a job in public field but if you have caliber you'll get it and nowadays even MNCs and third sector require a policy maker

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Student Review: 4.8 /5

Business Economics/Public Policy, MA(SocSci) Hons

By member557423 On 7th May 21 verified Verified student

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

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Student Review: 3.8 /5

Public Policy, MA(SocSci) Hons

By member1156066 On 12th April 21 verified Verified student

Too difficult to understand some theory

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Student Review: 5 /5

Public Policy, MA(SocSci) Hons

By member556000 On 9th April 21 verified Verified student

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Student Review: 5 /5

Business Economics/Public Policy, MA(SocSci) Hons

By Wu tong On 19th July 19

It was very great thank you

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Student Review: 1.6 /5

Public Policy, MA(SocSci) Hons

By member533308 On 3rd August 18 verified Verified student

Not much to say beyond the stars. The teaching is awful (even though there are some high profile professors). There was a strike this year and they threatened one last year. All docked pay was spent on crap chosen by the university rather than returned as unearned to the student/customer. Go to the U.S. for better quality courses. These are run on the cheap and it shows.

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