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Accommodation in Plymouth
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 1st Oct, 29th Oct & 19th Nov.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- They are planning a high-quality student experience, designed on the basis of in-person, face-to-face, teaching and learning activities, supplemented with digital resources. Students, staff and visitors on campus should wear face-coverings indoors within communal areas, and outside in crowded spaces.
7 Animal science reviews at University of Plymouth
Animal Behaviour and Welfare, BSc HonsBy member867357 On 17th March 22 Verified student
Personally hated the course, the first year is so difficult and irrelevant. I found it to be very plant based and a lot more science based than it was described.
Animal Behaviour and Welfare, BSc HonsBy member1167218 On 14th March 22 Verified student
First year is very general and not course based but the teaching is great for the most part. Field trips have been incredible
Animal Behaviour and Welfare, BSc HonsBy JessH_ On 10th July 16
Don't have high hopes for first year. Most the modules are irrelevant. I think we've probably done more biochemistry and geology than animals. Majority of lecturers are great, however some are awful, and happens to be who we had when everyone except one person on the course failed the exam we had. My tutor is extremely helpful and I know the other tutors are too. Looking forward to second year so we actually do someone with some relevance though.
Animal Behaviour and Welfare, BSc HonsBy member420709 On 16th January 16
Never have any lectures and its a lot more biology based than originally lead to believe but still interesting
Animal Behaviour and Welfare, BSc HonsBy member1018853 On 16th November 15
Interesting course with a variety if modules from evolution to science centre communication. Helpful teaching staff and opportunities to make connections with local zoos.
Animal Behaviour and Welfare, BSc HonsBy Taea On 15th November 15
Course title is quite misleading. Hardly any modules specifically relatable to animals. Not prepared for the skills required to do some pieces of coursework. Some Lecturers uninterested and delivery of lectures can be poor. Some not willing to help with hard pieces of coursework. Some tutors and lectures are brilliant however.
Animal Behaviour and Welfare, BSc HonsBy Amillington On 28th October 15
I finally found out what I'm meant to do in life at 24 and this course is a perfect way to get the perfect job for me.