Best Universities for Agriculture & others in veterinary sciences, agriculture & related subjects
Accommodation in Canterbury
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- Canterbury open day on 2nd Jul. Medway open day on 25th Jun.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Remote study is for students who are significantly impacted by the pandemic, and it is not possible for them to return to campus. They are asking students to continue to wear a face covering in crowded indoor spaces.
10 Agriculture & others in veterinary sciences, agriculture & related subjects reviews at University of Kent
LawBy member1267543 On 24th March 22
The teachers are amazing and so helpful with all the work and there is always someone to go to no matter what your problem is. Content is interesting to learn if you like law. It usually has a left-wing idealism which I love. However, the first month of school, I was really struggling to understand how to actually use moodle or kent vision and they just assumed everyone new. No one really teaches you so you have to ask people around you or figure it out yourself.
LawBy member767313 On 16th March 22
Law is really good and fun loads of reading cases
Law and Criminology, BA HonsBy member1367148 On 11th March 22
This is a very good course for anyone who decides to go into the field of criminal law
LawBy member959382 On 1st June 21
Answered with consideration to covid 19 and the handling of this.
LawBy VictorT On 6th September 19
Has slipped in the rankings in recent years.
Wildlife Conservation, BSc HonsBy member1339393 On 15th June 19
I love this course, it uses both the social and the science side of conservation. The staff genuinely want you to do well and offer a huge variety of modules so you can personalise your degree
Law and Criminology, BA HonsBy UKC158 On 2nd June 19
Law is very challenging but in a good way, the staff give good lecturers and seminars. Criminology is not as good, the content is quite repetitive on core modules and can get a bit boring. Additionally having criminology as joint with law is a good way of breaking up hard content however, it does restrict your options of modules in 2nd and 3rd year a lot
Law with a Language (Spanish), LLB HonsBy member1138165 On 19th May 19
Spanish teachers incredible. Most law lectures are very informative and well explained
LawBy member619056 On 17th November 15
Only been here for the first term, lots of reading non-stop, get a bit lost if you haven't studied it before, interesting- I wasn't sure to study English lit or Law so I began the term with Law and have stuck with it as it is far more interesting than anticipated. Great job prospects with a law degree and would definitely recommend it!
Psychology and Law, BSc HonsBy member717722 On 2nd November 15
I love my course it gives me the best of both worlds