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- 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.
14 Forensic & archaeological science reviews at University of Kent
Forensic Science, BSc HonsBy member1238135 On 18th May 19
Some aspects of this course i have thoroughly enjoyed, in particular the law, ballistic and fires modules. However some of the chemistry aspects have been at times... painful. It is clear that the chemistry lecturers who teach these to both the chemists and forensics students at the same time in the same room do not care or cater for the forensics students... and honestly most of the forensics students are often left wondering why any of that particular content is relevant or being taught. The feedback on a lot of work has been dismal, the marking and return of marks; as I write this i am 1 exam from finishing my degree yet still am missing coursework marks that were submitted months ago... a joke. Half the lecturers have a genuine interest and investment in seeing you do as best as possible... the other half.....
Forensic Science, BSc HonsBy member1067162 On 11th March 22
I love my course, teaching is amazing and always willing to help
Forensic Science, BSc HonsBy member1361059 On 20th July 21
Very chemistry heavy, actual Forensics bits very interesting if you can balance the chemistry pile up
Forensic Science, BSc HonsBy member1240678 On 23rd July 19
Pretty good can't complain tbh
Forensic Science, BSc HonsBy member540497 On 18th July 19
Lecturers always do the best they can to help
Finance and AccountingBy member1339132 On 8th June 19
Forensic Science, BSc HonsBy member438511 On 25th May 19
Very interesting course. Lecturers very friendly
Forensic Science, BSc HonsBy member638330 On 22nd May 19
Needs to have optional modules
Forensic Science, BSc HonsBy willhelm On 18th May 19
Have enjoyed my learning experience throughout almost all the subject taught
Forensic Science, BSc HonsBy Zairembenga On 17th July 18
There are pros and cons for every lecturer, some seem very interested in their field enjoy teaching you said field, others not so much. Every student is provided with a personal tutor who you are supposed to meet once a term, I am yet to have met mine in my first year but I also haven't wanted to meet mine they are always available to meet if need be and are very receptive to emails and easily contacted, the same can be said with all lecturers.
Forensic Science, BSc HonsBy member1119464 On 23rd November 15
It would have been better for me to study a broader degree such as Chemistry, as Forensic Science will only allow me to go into analytical science and not developmental.
Forensic Science, BSc HonsBy member918459 On 13th November 15
So far it is a good course
Forensic Science, BSc HonsBy member918435 On 13th November 15
Accounting & Finance and Economics, BA HonsBy 420getrektm8 On 23rd April 15
F****** Hard!! Unfortunately because of the fact it's a joint honors between Economics, and Accounting & Finance, the harder modules from each course are selected and put together! Having said that the job prospects are absolutely phenomenal. Through speaking to various employers they felt my degree fitted most graduate and placement roles they were offering due to the fact it was quite versatile and relevant. Another bonus is that you can choose most of your modules, i personally prefer economics so I selected more economics modules than accounting and finance... Would recommend!