Best Universities for African & modern Middle Eastern studies
|University of St Andrews||#1|
|University of Oxford||#2|
|University of Exeter||#3|
|The University of Manchester||#4|
|University College London (UCL)||#5|
|University of Leeds||#6|
|University of Edinburgh||#7|
|University of Birmingham||#8|
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 24th & 25th Jun.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- All students will have a substantial and sustained on-campus education throughout the 2021/22 academic year, with face-to-face teaching being the default for seminars, tutorials etc. Larger teaching activities will be online. You don’t have to wear a face covering on campus except for in clinical settings where NHS guidance may still apply.
8 African & modern Middle Eastern studies reviews at University of Leeds
Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies, BA HonsBy member1149815 On 8th July 20
The course has been very poorly taught and organised, I do not feel I have achieved an acceptable level of Arabic. The lecturers are very unprofessional, not replying to emails, turning up consistently late to lectures and being late in returning marks.
Middle Eastern Studies and Politics, BA HonsBy member740391 On 13th July 19
I would say it’s definitely something to look into if you’re fond of getting across what you need to say and helping others especially from less privileged (in terms of freedom of speech) areas
Arabic and Politics, BA HonsBy Anna Moore On 29th May 18
Arabic and International Relations, BA HonsBy member1231791 On 29th May 18 Verified student
Arabic and International Development, BA HonsBy member931790 On 29th May 18 Verified student
Polis department doesn't seem to care about international development or relations. But at least that means you can skip seminars without anyone following up.
Arabic and German, BA HonsBy member1231785 On 29th May 18
My course is amazing, I love it and it allowed me to visit Morocco and Germany.
Arabic and International Relations, BA HonsBy member1130767 On 8th March 18
(I'm in 1st Year rn btw) Arabic > Brilliant > Professor is wonderful, very personable, knows all of our names and you get the feeling that she actually cares which is not felt throughout uni. > Content is good, everyone's great > I can't say anything bad about it!! Would recommend. International Relations > 1 Semester had decent content and the seminar tutor was nice, > 2nd semester the content is less good because it's more simply politics rather than having an international focus but i don't mind, it's quite fun. > I don't like MODL1100 because tbh I don't know what's going on - we get it 1hr per week and I forget about it sometimes.
Arabic and Politics, BA HonsBy member1218213 On 12th November 15
No qualms with the University itself.