Being half way through my first year, I am still only doing mathematics modules with other students from mathematics degrees. Currently there are six of us on the maths with education course who meet once a week with our personal tutor who is great.
My overall experience was okay as they had good lecturers. However, the University saw me as a money-making opportunity. Due to circumstances, I had to commute from Birmingham to uni every day. Only when I got there I hear they were charging hefty fees. So I decided to park outside campus away from the uni. One day when I visited my friend I got a warning from the unis or shall I say frauds that I parked in a no uni parking zone. However, I was visiting a friend to do some group studying. They let me off saying I shouldn't park there. But where else should I park when I visit my friend? Then halfway through the year, another friend said that he lives in a house just outside the campus and said that its a private road where I can park if I liked. So I did this and then the uni made me pay a fine of £50 even though and denied my appeal saying its because I missed a deadline. They didn't consider how busy I was commuting and managing work. They did this after charging me £14k tuition!!
The combination of these two subjects is not one that you would initially think of, however having completed part of the degree already, I now see where the link is, a range of topics to suit everyone’s preferences allows you to adapt your degree to what suits you best