2.4 / 5
2.4 / 5

Media studies, Keele University

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Student Review: 2 /5

Media, Communications and Culture and Sociology, BA Hons

By On 3rd January 17

Good teachers usually and enjoyable course content- more options could be useful, as usually all options are in one semester and done in the other semester. More seminar and lecture time needed- this makes it TERRIBLE value for money, especially once you realise you're doing a degree with no job prospects after university. My new personal tutor tries to meet me but there is no need. There was no contact from my first one. I like the concept of StARs- allowing points of view about course content to reach staff anonymously.

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