In line with Government guidance, the semester will start on 25 January with remote teaching for the majority of students. Face-to-face teaching for most courses will not now commence until 14 February at the earliest.
This is the latest available data taken from the
brookes.ac.uk website on 18th January 2021
Good course content with modules having a fair split between coursework and exams. Most lecturers are quite clearly not equipped to teach students with learning disabilities such as dyslexia or ADHD. Furthermore, close to no support from personal tutors and poor handling of students with cases of mental health issues.
Even my tutor got infuriated at the system. He's one of the 2 decent lecturers here. E.g. third year projects: I would find an interesting topic, he'd go over it with me and do all the necessary bits, contact a potential supervisor who specialised in it and would get the reply no for x reason. Mostly, only biomed students can do this (for an immunology topic when I take both the necessary modules to do the topic) and another was you have to do the project rather than this module even though we said you could because we've put you in for an additional qualification that you didn't ask for and won't actually get because you don't do animal biology.