On-campus and online open day on 25th Sep & 9th Oct.
All students studying on an on-campus programme will receive in-person teaching. The blended approach means that they plan to deliver lectures etc. through a combination of on-campus, in-person, and online methods.
The course is really interesting and challenging. I personally don’t find lectures to be a helpful way of learning but teaching staff always include links to other resources like textbooks which are helpful.
Can’t really say much on the course because it’s all been online. The content is interesting and very thorough but I do think there have been times where needs of students have not been met. I however cannot fully form an opinion on this until I’ve had a full in person experience !
Too much to say. It's been interesting. Maybe not as it should have been. As expected, teaching quality is not the same as it was previously dur to not being able to learn in person. It is different to already established online sources or even MOOCS because with those you signed up for online learning. Which I did not. Not being able to go to labs which severely will impact our skills. The new building that we have is open, but we can't access learning spaces(covid. I can't blame the lecturers. They are sad too that we can't make use of the newly built space). If you'd like to hear more opinions, I suggest you contact someone currently on the course. There's more, including good points to share.
Really interesting course and a lot of career support. The lecturers make psychology topics a lot more interesting than school teachers (and I had a really good psychology teacher at A-Level). Buy the sensation & perception book because that module is quite difficult.