The balance may vary from programme to programme, but will include, in-person on-campus teaching, live online interactive teaching sessions, on-demand recorded sessions and personal tutoring through regular small group and one to one sessions.
First year at this uni, during the pandemic has been somewhat kind of a nightmare. Before the pandemic hit, the on campus accommodation that I lived in had many technical issues! One of those was the vacuum that was already broken before me and my housemates had moved in. When Covid hit, I had to leave my contract early, and the university withheld my security deposit within any actual reason and enforced a damage fee on my household individually which was very heartbreaking. At one point they still wanted students to pay for a full term even if you decided to leave the university and head back home! We have been very vocal on our disappointment on how they have handled their students this year, hopefully they’ll do something about this and comeback with better grace for the following year. I have emailed just recently in regards to receiving my security deposit back as the pandemic has hit myself and family hard and employment is becoming hard to find. I’m due to just transferring!
because all the lectures are online its not worth the money you're paying, they direct you to a lot of law websites which are accessible to the whole public and so you're not getting your moneys worth seen as though your entire education is coming from the internet
My course is actually Politics and International relations but it is new so not on here yet. Teaching is average, worst thing is no one knows how they’re doing in regards to grades as only been asked to submit reading notes and essay plans, yet they expect us to do an exam in January even though we’ve never done an essay. Attendance is compulsory which is harder for most people as others on the course have said they sometimes just want to work from home as coming in seems pointless.