3.5 / 5
3.5 / 5

Biology, Imperial College London

3 Reviews by Students   
#49 out of 95 UK Universities for Biology

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TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
Confirmed Sept/Oct start
TEACHING MODE:
Blended learning
OPEN DAYS:
14th - 18th July
TEACHING NOTES:
The autumn semester will be a combination of on-campus (in-person) and remote learning (online).
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3 Biology reviews at Imperial College London


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Student Review: 3 /5

Ecology and Environmental Biology, BSc Hons

By On 14th June 19

Somehow the course I studied is not an option - Conservation Science Msc. Sorry for the course name I put this under but I really want this opinion of the course to be heard. Right after the 2019 class the course has been suspended until further notice. So amusing. Course content was good. Organisation could be better and directors weren't any better. (Refer to first review). 10k for poor teaching and condescending comments does not seem worth it. Experiences and skills they do teach are good. There isn't a lot of job prospects for conservation work unless you have strong connections in the industry prior to studying this. Just hope you get lucky or have the money to travel and stay in tropical countries.

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Student Review: 5 /5

Biology, BSc Hons

By On 13th June 19

I adore it! The content can be difficult at times but the workload isn’t bad (I’m a 1st year) and we’re given plenty of time to revisit topics. We’re not closely monitored on our progress throughout the course so you have to be organised and it’s relatively competitive but that works for me. Before I finished A levels I was convinced that I would hate all the content and spend 90% of my time procrastinating so I’m glad it all worked out. I really have developed a passion for my subject and I’m excited for my career prospects.

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Student Review: 4 /5

Biology, BSc Hons

By On 10th June 19

There's always going to be teachers you don't understand their method as well as others, but by forming stronger bonds with the teachers you do understand and with other students the materials a lot easier to understand

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