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- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 17th Jun & 18th Jun.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- On-campus education will mostly be small group teaching: seminars, tutorials and practical work, depending on the subject area. Having some material delivered online enables students to learn at their own pace, revisiting material when they want to, while staying in close and easy contact with other students and our world-leading academic staff.
8 Biology reviews at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL)
Biology, BSc HonsBy member465040 On 17th December 21
Poor teaching and at the end of the day a business. Only interested in making money from students.
Biomedical Sciences, BSc HonsBy member1359787 On 9th June 21
The course is not worth your money. Professors know their topic well but does not know how to teach. Unnecessary assignment given at times that does not have any correlation to the course.
Biomedical Sciences, BSc HonsBy sara_m On 31st July 19
Very well thought, high teaching quality, prompt feedback
Biomedical Sciences, BSc HonsBy member1140928 On 31st July 19
I spent three years at this university enjoying every second of it. Teaching was very high quality as we were thought by experts in the field (professors publishing papers about the same subjects we were studying) meaning that all our lectures were based on cutting edge research which is something Qmul really cares about (being 5th in the UK for Internationally relevant research). During the undergrad they also offer you the opportunity to do a placement or a project which that many other universities in London do not offer allowig you to build more skills than other graduates (a friend of mine went studying to Cambridge after qmul). For what concerns the campus, is one of the only university in London with a real campus and it is lovely. The support they offer is great and the environment is always very friendly. Lately they have invested a lot of money in new accommodations and facilities making the campus even better (Graduate centre for instance). I can only say that I loved it!
Biomedical Sciences, BSc HonsBy member930011 On 25th January 18
Biomedical Sciences, BSc HonsBy member817686 On 1st November 15
Biomedical Sciences, BSc HonsBy member617670 On 31st October 15
Overall pretty brilliant. In the human anatomy module, you get to work with cadavers so that's always a plus!
Biomedical Sciences, BSc HonsBy member914813 On 17th August 15