Covid-19 Response

QUARANTINE PROVISION:
Not yet specified
TEACHING MODE:
Blended learning.
OPEN DAYS:
Open day on 27th Nov & 15th Jan.
TEACHING NOTES:
Their approach to teaching and learning will be campus based and digitally enhanced, and the majority of your teaching will be delivered in person.
This is the latest available data taken from the hull.ac.uk website on 11th November 2021. Read all universities responses in our Covid-19 university response article.

16 Psychology reviews at University of Hull


Student Review: 5 /5

Psychology, BSc Hons

By Anarchy On 18th June 20

Taking Psychology at the University of Hull was the best decision I've ever taken. The classes are informative and well structured, the lecturers are always available whether it be just for a chat or to learn more about the concepts being taught in class. The personal tutor that I was provided with was very helpful whenever I needed someone to clarify the questions I had about assignments

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Student Review: 3 /5

Psychology with Criminology, BSc Hons

By member544444 On 15th December 19

Mostly good lecturers, wouldnt say its great value with each lecture and seminar costing around 60 pounds.

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Student Review: 1 /5

Psychology, BSc Hons

By member1337221 On 21st April 19

Doing a masters and paying 7500 for which ive not learned anything new and have about 2 hours of contact time a week

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Student Review: 4 /5

Psychology, BSc Hons

By member1337217 On 20th April 19

Lecturers provide insightful and interesting topics and assessment peices in a helpful, and engaging way

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Student Review: 4 /5

Psychology, BSc Hons

By member1237061 On 14th April 19

Wish professors understood some students will not get the material first time, great support if asked though.

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Student Review: 5 /5

Psychology, BSc Hons

By member824201 On 1st October 16

have not started course yet

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Student Review: 4 /5

Psychology, BSc Hons

By member1022618 On 24th May 16

Friendly staff, broad spectrum covered, foundation year was very useful and the third years etc are always willing to help

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Student Review: 3 /5

Psychology, BSc Hons

By member1122614 On 24th May 16
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Student Review: 3 /5

Psychology, BSc Hons

By member1321789 On 13th April 16

Enjoy the course but currently it is incredibly boring. I have struggled with one module in particular but feel there isn't anyone to consult it and get guidance and support

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Student Review: 4 /5

Psychology, BSc Hons

By member521781 On 13th April 16

Very little contact hours in comparison to other courses. A few of the lecturers literally just read from the PowerPoint which doesn't encourage attendance as the PowerPoints are on ebridge so you can just read them from home yourself. Some of the lecturers have quite bare PowerPoints but add extra info for you to note down which is good as it ensures you are listening. Workshops are with postgrad students and most of the time they seem wasteful as nothing really gets achieved, you just work through a worksheet on the computer, again what you could do at home. All essays for the semester are due on the same date which can make time management and planning quite difficult, you basically need to start writing essays before you've learned what you need - Often the lectures on how to write a particular essay/report are a week before it's due which is all but useless. Content is really interesting & you get to do coursework & exams - a good mix stops it from getting boring.

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Student Review: 5 /5

Psychology, BSc Hons

By member621264 On 25th March 16

Awesome

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Student Review: 4 /5

Psychology, BSc Hons

By member418718 On 14th November 15
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Student Review: 3 /5

Criminology with Psychology, BA Hons

By member1018575 On 14th November 15
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Student Review: 4 /5

Psychology, BSc Hons

By member717490 On 27th October 15

Would advise first years to stick it out!

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Student Review: 3 /5

Psychology, BSc Hons

By member515310 On 7th September 15

The lecturers are all friendly and helpful, as well as enthusiastic. I haven't personally contacted my personal tutor, as I didn't feel that I needed her help. The university offers a lot of help in job finding, including a module on writing CVs, cover letters, job interview practice, and other employability aspects. However, I found that the course took a little while to get off the ground. In first year, you only have one actual module on Psychology. The others are on statistics (which is very useful), employability (also useful, but maybe not realted to Psychology), and a free elective module. The one Psychology module in first year covered a wide range of topics, but maybe didn't go into as much detail as I would've liked. I would suggest shortening the employability module to cover one semester, and replacing its second semester slot with more detail on the Psychology module. Seconds and third year are entirely Psychology related and are good quality courses.

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Student Review: 4 /5

Psychology, BSc Hons

By member911617 On 27th July 15

Lecturers expect a lot of reading, especially in a subject like psychology. Most learning has to be done independently!

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