For on-campus courses, the university has planned for most teaching to be in-person. They will retain some online teaching where student feedback has been especially positive about this mode of learning.
Design was better than marketing. Marketing is too theory lead, so people could graduate with a 2:1 or higher and still not be confident they could actually be a marketer... as they've had no experience of it during the course.
I love studying this dual degree of marketing and design because it allows me to combine practicality with creativity, which is something I'd like to continue in my future career as well. The marketing side of it is somewhat disorganised this year as they were implementing some new modules, but other than that, the course is great.
Absolutely loved my degree, gained a huge number of skills and learnt about all different areas of marketing and design, a very practical course that can be tailored to your own interests. I got an amazing grad job in branding for a top 100 company and a first class honours degree - I believe this is largely due to the engaging content and fantastic staff support given to the students