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15 Cinematics & photography reviews at Sheffield Hallam University
Digital Media Production, BA
By member748918 On
2nd June 20
My course was actually Digital Media Management but there’s no option for it
Value for money: none. nearly every class from the get go was 'show and tell'. u came in, showed your homework, and were told the homework for the next week - no teaching of programmes, nothing. how they can get away with a course that teaches nothing I have no idea.
Teaching quality: awful. they focused on the 5-10 'chosen' students who they favoured (those who basically kissed ass) - no desire to help students falling behind or those who weren't interested in pursuing their field after uni.
Personal tutor: didn't even have one. took weeks to get meetings with teachers, when you did it felt pointless as they barely helped.
Course content: almost none existent, like I said previously, they taught nothing. its a practical course where programmes NEED to be taught to students - I had to practically teach myself which I could've done without getting 50 grand in debt.
Job prospects: none considering I left after 3 years knowing nothing about animation except the basics. appalling
Ba (hons) photography at sheffield hallam is okay. Some of the tutors dont make it clear on what it is you have to do or how to get good marks for your degree. They dont offer a placement year or much help when looking at a future in photography. Some of the units are really fun but i wish we could explore our intrests and style of photography more.