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Covid-19 Response

TEACHING MODE:
On-campus.
OPEN DAYS:
Open day has taken place.
TEACHING NOTES:
Interactive teaching activities (eg tutorials, seminars, workshops and practice-based) will be on campus in person. Non-interactive teaching activity (eg where the majority of the session is a teacher presenting information with little discussion or questioning from students) will be pre-recorded and delivered online in a suitable format. The university expect all students to attend teaching on campus, and are not be offering an option for students to study remotely at this time.
This is the latest available data taken from the gold.ac.uk website on 27th July 2022. Read all universities responses in our Covid-19 university response article.

2 Asian studies reviews at Goldsmiths, University of London


Student Review: 4.8 /5

International Studies and Chinese, BA Hons

By member1360998 On 17th July 21 verified Verified student

Loved it. The chinese side was absolutely brilliant, the staff are lovely. The IR side is a bit easier to get lost in, since it's soooo much bigger, but if you ask for help 9/10 times you'll get it. Work hard for chinese though! 加油!

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Student Review: 4.2 /5

International Studies and Chinese, BA Hons

By Charlieboi On 11th January 20 verified Verified student

This is an extremely challenging course to undertake but I would say go for it if you want a challenge! You end up with about 12 hours overall, due to Chinese being a very time- intensive course to study. The chinese teachers are by far the best part of the course! They are so sweet and hardworking and they always take the time to help you out! The lessons are challenging but fun! The international relations lecturers are a mixed bag but in general provide very interesting and mind- blowing lectures and seminars. The workload for chinese is very intense, and IR isn't as intense as long as you keep up with the readings

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