Teaching activities with large numbers of students, such as lectures, will go ahead using digital technology. Teaching in small-group settings, including seminars, tutorials and practicals, will be delivered face to face on campus wherever it can be done safely. They hope that by January we will be in a position to deliver more face-to-face teaching, although their approach will remain flexible.
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gave three for value for money because I found I wasn't in as much as I was used to from secondary school obviously. beginning of term definitely felt like what am i paying for as lectures are only just starting. first semester i was in about 10 hours and semester 2 im in around 11 hours so it's quiet but picks up when you have big assignments due. teaching quality takes getting used to but thats expected, quite face paced and little time for questions so make sure you try out both techniques of note taking: pen paper or laptop and work out whats best for you. never really saw personal tutor but that was because i never really needed help with anything. they let you know theyre there for anything though which is nice. course content amazing! no exams in semester 1 and i think around 4 essays. semester 2: 2 exams and 4 essays! job prospects amazing too as media is becoming increasingly ingrained into our culture so traditional fields need to know how to innovate this.