At college I barely revised during my first year, I simply wasn't engaged by my harder subjects and the easier ones I didn't need to revise for. In the first week I did more than 6 hours of revision a day without getting bored, burning out or slowing down...it's an interesting topic and if that doesn't prove it I don't know what will.
Lecturers were good, some better than others. They were a great support and always willing to go the extra mile to help. In terms pf jobs, its quite a wide degree so theres a range of pathways to go down, mostly need to specialise in a masters to go further
The personal tutor wasn’t as helpful as the name suggests. The meetings would be abrupt and even though he tried to cover what other personal tutors covered it would be helpful if they gave more educational support. The course content was quiet interesting and the teaching quality was of great standard
Excellent teaching and most students have job/further education (masters, Phd, teaching) following graduation.
Course content good in first two years. Final year have choices limited.
Placement year excellent opportunity and eased final year workload. Is accredited by royal society of biology
Describes the course content prior to the lectures so can start to research into it before the lecture. Value for money as the assist where possible, some provide the paperwork whilst others don’t but that doesn’t bother me as use tablet anyway. The explain in great detail in the lectures, give examples for where to search for further information, whilst also explaining in different ways if students don’t understand as clearly as others.
The physiotherapy course is fairly intense but i think that it's worthwhile for the end result of a very likely job prospect plus getting maximum value for money. The teaching quality is super with all lectures willing to help, and personal tutors always their if you are struggling.