2.84 / 5
2.84 / 5

Economics, Manchester Metropolitan University

6 Reviews by Students   
#60 out of 79 UK Universities for Economics

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Covid-19 Response

TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
Confirmed Sept/Oct start
TEACHING MODE:
Online learning
OPEN DAYS:
Holding a number of live Q&A sessions throughout January
TEACHING NOTES:
Manchester Metropolitan will be offering a Blended Approach. Teaching will be both on-campus and online. The university has introduced 'Block Teaching' for this academic year where students will study one course unit at a time, in the same single study group of no more than 15-30 students, to help social distancing. Block Teaching will enable students to travel to campus less frequently.
This is the latest available data taken from the mmu.ac.uk website on 18th January 2021

6 Economics reviews at Manchester Metropolitan University


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Student Review: 5 /5

Economics, BA Hons

By member1353199 On 21st December 20

Best course in the best business school

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Student Review: 4 /5

Economics/International Business, BA Hons

By member641177 On 8th August 19

Business side of it is amazing. The lecturers are very organised and work is always marked on time. Economics wise the lecturers are terrible. Work is never marked on time and there is always confusion.

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Student Review: 1 /5

Economics/International Business, BA Hons

By member736653 On 22nd March 19

Biggest joke of a course I have ever encountered

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Student Review: 4 /5

Economics, BA Hons

By member726447 On 6th May 17
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Student Review: 2 /5

Economics, BA Hons

By member526047 On 9th March 17

If you have done A-level economics before prepare for the most boring time of your life because the course is exactly the same

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Student Review: 1 /5

Economics/International Business, BA Hons

By member820928 On 26th February 16

Manchester Metropolitan University is the worst place for an educations, staff here are really poor, they can't speak English, communicate, teach properly and basically found the education system a sanctuary for incompetence. Staffs here are work shy they want to come into work and do the minimum amount of work as possible, they have design the teaching so they can do the least amount of work. Staff will give a list of instructions such N*** G******on piece of paper and sod you of the won't explain it to you do this, they don't teach you anything, the whole work design so that she do the least amount of teaching everything was on a paper and she did the minimum of teaching, she would ignore students, and put a negative exterior around them so people won't approach her she fail anticipate where she left of and take them on the journey. she would ignore student and talk in her own world and fail to give a professional level of service.

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