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11 Cinematics & photography reviews at University of Gloucestershire
Animation, BA Hons
The teachers are amazing and continue to post jobs. There were times that I felt over educated for thr course due to my skills before starting. Other than that they are great people and hope to stay in contact
Film Production, BA Hons
The course was poorly taught and at times could be very boring. It consisted mainly of group projects which depending on your group members could truly affect your grade regardless of your input. Lectures were re-used and the slideshows could be shown twice. Most of the time I didn’t learn anything new and my personal tutor was bad. Feedback wasn’t specific or helpful, it seemed they reused the same template each time. For my final mark they summed up my input on the group task giving me something slightly less than a small sentence. Overall I am disappointed and massively let down with this course and would advise future students not to choose this course.
Photography: Editorial and Advertising, BA Hons
Think all uni courses are expensive, no matter what course it what uni! Photography lecturers are a good standard and still work in the industry themselves. Trips to Paris, London and Vancouver in 1st year. Work experience and looking at our future careers play a big part in yr2 with an exhibition of our work in London in yr3.
Photojournalism and Documentary Photography, BA Hons
Although there have been some issues with things like other courses getting more than we do and messing around with teaching staff, the course is on the right track to becoming perfect with the new course head, Paul Roberts. A great lecturer, who cares about his students wellbeing and takes the time to really look into their work and things that they need.