Best Universities for Politics
|University of Portsmouth||#30|
|University of Stirling||#32|
|University of Kent||#34|
|University of Edinburgh||#35|
|University of Liverpool||#36|
|University of Strathclyde||#38|
|University of Surrey||#39|
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.
18 Politics reviews at University of Kent
History and Politics, BA HonsBy member866712 On 27th February 22
Great job prospects and some rly enthusiastic lecturers.
Politics, BA HonsBy member933043 On 23rd July 18
My personal tutor was just a rude woman who didn’t particularly care about students. The rest of the teaching staff is great, and the module choice is great!!
Politics and International Relations (with study in N.America), BA HonsBy member417036 On 20th October 15
All of my lectures and seminars have been incredibly interesting and I have learned a lot. The bad bit is that sometimes it gets confusing even though I did politics for A Level too. There aren't too many contact hours a week so I'm not snowed under but that doesn't mean to say I don't have to work!
Politics and International Relations with a Language, BA HonsBy member1219110 On 18th November 15
Politics and International Relations (with study in N.America), BA HonsBy member519178 On 18th November 15
It is a very challenging course yet also very interesting. I would prefer more contact hours a week for each module.
Politics and International Relations, BA HonsBy member1319661 On 24th November 15
Modules could be a bit better organised, and more structured.
Politics and International Relations, BA HonsBy member820307 On 6th December 15
Really interesting and engaging course.
Politics, BA HonsBy member1325976 On 26th February 17
The course is okay. Some modules are better than others, but that's be expected.
Politics and International Relations (Bidiplome), BA HonsBy member1136136 On 17th February 19
Some teachers have problems in selecting lecture content and tend to thrust everything within a 50-minutes lecture. Seminar tutors are always driven away by trivial points, leaving you with more questions than you get before seminars.
Politics and International Relations, BA HonsBy member557369 On 5th May 21
Old white men talking about old white men to a class of predominantly white men
Politics and International Relations, BA HonsBy member1338023 On 15th May 19
Overall, very good for students.
Politics and International Relations (with study in China/HK), BA HonsBy member838206 On 19th May 19
The lecture s and seminars leaders and excellent at what they do. Have a wonderful learning environment.
Politics and International Relations, BA HonsBy member638638 On 28th May 19
great - humans at war, international politics, conflict resolution were the best modules
Politics and International Relations, BA HonsBy member1039129 On 8th June 19
Just an average course that only aided me slightly for the future
Politics and International Relations, BA HonsBy member1039204 On 10th June 19
Teaching very poor, fails to motivate completely
Politics and International Relations, BA HonsBy member439455 On 18th June 19
Modules could be more diverse, and we should be able to have options, meaning more modules if we want to, considering the amount we pay.
Politics and International Relations, BA HonsBy member639797 On 19th June 19
Enthusiastic lecturers, engaging seminar leaders who are available to help throughout the term one to one in office hours
Politics and International Relations with a Language, BA HonsBy member1314655 On 12th August 15