3.31 / 5
3.31 / 5

Materials & minerals technology, University of Manchester

8 Reviews by Students   
#10 out of 24 UK Universities for Materials & minerals technology


8 Materials & minerals technology reviews at University of Manchester


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Student Review: 3 /5

Fashion Buying and Merchandising, BSc Hons

By On 15th December 15
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Student Review: 4 /5

Fashion Buying and Merchandising, BSc Hons

By On 31st May 18
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Student Review: 4 /5

Fashion Buying and Merchandising, BSc Hons

By On 9th December 18

Only made one semester but really got insight and motivation for my career

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Student Review: 4 /5

Fashion Management, BSc Hons

By On 20th February 17

course is very science based.

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Student Review: 4 /5

Fashion Marketing, BSc Hons

By On 4th October 16

As the only Russell Group uni offering a BSc in this course its very popular and of great quality. The course content is varied and exciting, with units from all 4 fashion disciplines in first year to give a wider understanding in general, increasing employability skills. There is access to great technology - with some coursework completed in CAD workshops (photoshop and Illustrator) as well as working with the weaving and knitting machines which provides hands on teaching. The lectures are interesting and the timetable has a nice variety of workshops, lectures, seminars and meetings with personal tutors.

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Student Review: 3 /5

Fashion Marketing, BSc Hons

By On 8th March 17

There aren't a huge amount of contact hours for this course, ranging from 10-15 hours or so a week so you will find you have a lot of free time, but this can be useful because the course has a lot of coursework based modules. There is a great variety of content, each week has a mixture of lectures, seminars and practical workshops which are really interesting, for example some workshops may be on the specialist CAD computers learning how to use photoshop and Illustrator and others may be in the dyehouse doing more technical and scientific experiments. One great thing about the course is you can change to any of the other fashion courses after the first year if you decide so don't worry if you aren't 100% sure on which you want to do. The option for a placement year in 3rd year is a great opportunity to get experience and often leads on to job offers for when you graduate which is super useful. As a BSc programme there is some technical/scientific aspects but nothing too difficult.

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Student Review: 1 /5

Fashion Retail, BSc Hons

By On 20th February 19

Poor lecture quality with dull, thick accents

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Student Review: 4 /5

Materials Science and Engineering, BSc Hons

By On 29th July 18

Materials Science&Engineering is an interesting field but UoM made it even better! Content is really good and quite broad. It covers everything from physics of materials to their applications in real world. Feedback for coursework can be quite late but lectures are always ready to answer your questions, weathers it's during the lecture or after. Personal Tutors are quite helpful but at least in first year they do not provide any academic mentoring. Most of lectures are good, knowledgable and keen to share their passion with you. Coursework is closely related to covered content but it still is challenging. Exams are hard but there's everything provided for you to be successful!

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