In-person teaching will resume from the start of the summer term, Monday 26th April for students on specified courses – including all practical programmes. If students are studying on a taught programme where Government restrictions on in-person teaching remain in place, the university shall continue to deliver the curriculum on-line for the time being.
Excellent course so far. The job prospects seem to be good with the big careers fair that goes on with employers which look suited to me. All the lecturers are very engaging bar 2 or 3 but the Uni website helps me get around that anyway.
Great, varied course which has a great balance of lectures (12-15 hours a week), independent study and of course coursework. Work stacks up towards the end of semester one but with good commitment and organisation you should be easily able to keep ahead of the last two weeks deadlines
I've had so many opportunities already in both the union through societies and sport, there was so much choice (I even became a qualified scuba diver). I was exposed to employment opportunities where employers come directly to Loughborough to encourage students to apply, shown as we have the UK's largest career fair. It helped me gain my placement year with Network Rail and I can't wait to go back for final year!
Concerning my course Economics, I reckon that the lecturers are putting a lot of effort to give us the right content and also to give the right explanation. I personally think that they're all doing a good job!
Because of the pandemic, I haven't had the full experience of a first year student as most things have been online. Lecturers are decent, but I get a bit distracted when lectures are online (which is all my problem - the university is doing a good job).
In first year you can't choose your modules which is the only reason I didn't give course content a higher score, but next year when I can pick my modules I know I'll enjoy the content a lot more.
My personal tutor, who is the main point of contact if I have any issues, has been extremely approachable and helpful, which has definitely helped with my wellbeing this year.
When things move back in person I'm sure that the experience will be much more enjoyable and I'll really feel like a uni student.