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- TEACHING MODE:
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- On-campus open days on 2nd Jul, 16th Jul, 17th Sep & 15th Oct.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- For on-campus courses, the university expect most teaching to be in-person, with courses taught mainly in lecture theatres, labs and seminars as before the pandemic started. The university may retain some online teaching where student feedback has been especially positive about this mode of learning, but this will complement in-person teaching.
20 Physics & astronomy reviews at Lancaster University
Physics (Study Abroad), MPhys HonsBy member1245754 On 16th February 20
I enjoyed my course so much. The options for courses were great and I learnt a lot. I like their system of problem sheets because you work with your friends a lot to figure things out and you make good friends because of all the time working together. The workload is very manageable and the facilities at the uni in general are great, as well as in the physics department which has good study space, it has also been refurbished and looks amazing. There are always empty rooms on campus that you can find to study in with your friends. I liked my mphys final year project a lot and so did all my friends on the course. I also was lucky enough to study abroad which was really good, very interesting and I probably would not have had the opportunity otherwise. I had a fantastic time at Lancaster and for me there would have been nowhere better to study. The campus, students and lecturers are brilliant, and I had lots of time while on my course to have fun, as well as have part time jobs.
Physics with Particle Physics and Cosmology, MPhys HonsBy member624585 On 6th November 16
Theoretical Physics with Mathematics, MSci HonsBy member611473 On 22nd July 15
Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology, MPhys HonsBy member516973 On 18th October 15
Wish i had a tutor past first year
Physics with Particle Physics and Cosmology, MPhys HonsBy member718353 On 13th November 15
Theoretical Physics, MPhys HonsBy member618905 On 16th November 15
Theoretical Physics, BSc HonsBy member1119057 On 17th November 15
Physics, MPhys HonsBy Raptor42 On 17th March 16
Good standard of lecturing, excellent department
Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology, MPhys HonsBy member722763 On 7th June 16
Physics with Particle Physics and Cosmology, MPhys HonsBy member730001 On 24th January 18
Physics, BSc HonsBy member444111 On 29th November 19
Course is good, interesting Challenging too but the right amount. Though would be nice to have more smaller sessions, in 1st year it’s all lectures pretty much
Physics, MPhys HonsBy Meeksian On 28th January 18
The feedback is exceptional, having up to 3 pieces of marked feedback a week. The exams have been made easier at only an hour each so we don't have to memorise 10000 equations anymore. The research undertaken is one of the top in the field and being able to be a part of that is something else!
Physics, BSc HonsBy member932006 On 3rd June 18
Great facilities, teaching is mixed
Physics, BSc HonsBy Michael Sherratt On 3rd June 18
Physics (Study Abroad), MPhys HonsBy member932029 On 3rd June 18
Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology, BSc HonsBy antonioc On 3rd June 18
Very good and set out course with helpful teaching staff and PGTAs
Physics, MPhys HonsBy member538799 On 2nd June 19
I love my course and the new physics building is great. Most of the lectures are interesting a great teachers
Physics, MPhys HonsBy member440555 On 20th July 19
Sergei equals not good
Physics with Particle Physics and Cosmology, BSc HonsBy member542656 On 10th October 19
The content was amazing just not nesseseraly the most easily accessible for people who are chronically ill. My blind friend was repeatedly given out of date notes which I had to help explain while not having matching notes. a lot of the lecturerers really care and are very happy to help but if you aren't able to talk in person for what ever reason it can be. note that you will constantly have coursework due in. this means if you are prone to getting ill you will get behind and the work load snow balls. if you need an extension at the begining of the term chances are you will need them through out the term. if you are disabled and can't handle constantly being under pressure I highly recomend attempting to go part time. It really helped my friend and i really wish I knew it had been a possibility after getting my diagnosis as the constant work load lead to me getting more and more ill through out my final year.
Physics with Particle Physics and Cosmology, BSc HonsBy yoo333 On 21st July 15