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- On-campus open day on 10th Sep.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- The University is now planning to transition back to in-person teaching from Monday 31 January 2022. The arrangements that applied in Semester One will, in most cases, will be reinstated from 31 January. Modules will continue to be taught through a combination of in-person and online lectures and tutorials, depending on the programme of study. Individual schools will advise students on the details, but all students should plan to be on campus to engage with their studies.
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7 Politics reviews at Queen's University Belfast (QUB)
History and International Studies, BA HonsBy member1170117 On 18th July 22 Verified student
One lecturer held classes half online half in person due to covid risk which made no sense as we’d be in person on Monday and online on Tuesday? Felt like pure laziness. Get used to power points that have no information on them and basic every day phrases such as ‘a group of people’ being flagged for plagiarism on turnitin and loosing out on marks when you accidentally call a lecturer Ms/Mr instead of Dr.
Politics, BA HonsBy member863815 On 12th November 21 Verified student
My course is interesting and I'm impressed by the staff and the individual support they can offer
Law with Politics, LLB HonsBy Shanana On 19th January 20
My ambitions and academic performance has never been as great as it is now and it's thanks to the engaging and friendly tutors, lecturers and the school of Law at Queen's. To be a qualifying law degree, you must complete certain components, some of which can be dry and boring. However, only the lecturers at Queen's can make A.V. Dicey seem like a thrilling page turner! The School also have close connections with top law firms who come to the university bi-weekly to keep connected with the students.
History and Politics, BA HonsBy member1042967 On 26th October 19
Great degree and majority of lecturers are helpful and good. Only issue with this course is that it’s very open and finding a job may be quite difficult
History and Politics, BA HonsBy member940591 On 21st July 19
Most modules are outstanding and really interesting excluding the media ones which often come across as having a political bias and general nonsensical information that is meant to push a certain agenda.
International Politics & Conflict Studies, BA HonsBy member840434 On 16th July 19 Verified student
Some good lecturers, however some terrible ones. Specifically Aisling McMorrow. No job prospects, overall not a very useful degree to hold.
History and Politics, BA HonsBy member61982 On 22nd April 15 Verified student
Education should be free.