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- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 24th Jun, 25th Jun, 10th Sep & 15th Oct.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Wherever possible classes, seminars, labs and tutorials will be delivered in-person from the start of the academic year, however, in line with most universities, large-scale teaching will continue through a blended approach in Semester 1. Face-coverings are mandatory in all indoor areas on campus such as classrooms, lecture theatres, laboratories, social spaces and hopper buses - unless at least one-metre separation can be maintained.
8 Politics reviews at University of Nottingham
Politics and American Studies, BA HonsBy anony On 31st October 19
some of the lectures are hit and miss but the workload is good, good value for money
Contemporary Chinese Studies with International Relations, BA HonsBy member1135835 On 4th February 19
When it comes to studying Politics and IR. on University of Nottingham I highly NOT recommend studying on this university. The teaching quality is poor, with most of your seminar tutors either rushing through the seminars without really helping you to achieve high score on your final exam or just telling to ask them questions without firstly explaining the topic properly in the first place. The University itself doesn't provide as much value for its money as I expected as the teaching quality and opportunities given to me are equal (or even worse) to any European universities that is tuition free.
History and Politics, BA HonsBy member1335272 On 11th December 18
Okay so far, 1/5 seminar tutors doesn't do any prep and we sit in silence throughout the whole seminar. The rest are fine. Lectures can get boring, but in first year you skip most of them as long you catch up with the work.
Politics and Economics, BA HonsBy member1033132 On 26th July 18
As a fresher you get little value for money and have little contact with your personal tutor; mainly because the first year is too easy for most. However as you advance towards your final year they both improve massively, with your personal tutor playing a key role in your final year. Teaching is strong and the course material offers a good variety allowing students to take their own path in developing their own thoughts around the subjects, though admittedly for a duel honours there could be better links between the 2 schools. Considering the average economics graduate from Uni of Nottingham earns £30,000 (well over the avg National starting salary), this is testament to how good the careers services are.
German and Politics, BA HonsBy member1232215 On 7th June 18
If I could give my personal tutor 0 stars I would
History and Politics, BA HonsBy 25252525252525252 On 6th June 18
Being a dual honours student is slightly different as you're in two departments but the overall experience is still very positive. Lots of opportunities for careers.
Politics and Economics, BA HonsBy member431142 On 26th March 18
Politics and Economics, BA HonsBy member625766 On 20th January 17
Love the course, however for the amount you pay you don't really see the contact hours. Staff are great but too many people have been let into university thus they can't cater for everyone.