Best Universities for Iberian studies
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 2nd Jul, 3rd Jul, 10th Sep, 8th Oct & 9th Oct.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- The University is delivering in-person on-campus teaching and student support. In-person teaching will be supplemented by online provision where they believe that this is in the best interests of their students. They recommend that colleagues and students consider wearing a face covering in crowded settings.
2 Iberian studies reviews at University of Southampton
English and Spanish, BA HonsBy member410560 On 7th July 15
Not much to say here; the lecturers are all really good and try their best to be as helpful as possible but... Sometimes the organisation and coordination between modules, lecturers, courses and students could be a lot better though...
French and Portuguese, BA HonsBy Becktoria On 7th July 15
I love my course. I mean it's obviously not value for money because we're not paying £9k a year for chairs, tables, and books; we don't need fancy science equipment or owt like that. But the course itself is brilliant, the optionals are really varied and there's really something for everyone. When you do a lang degree, you get so much more than just the language, you can learn about history, literature, philosophy, economics, linguistics, pretty much anything you want if you word your essay titles right. I picked up Portuguese from scratch, and cannot fault the course or its teacher, Julia Kelly, in the slightest bit. I am astonished with the progress I made and how much I enjoyed something that was so hard to begin with. I put 3* for job prospects because I'm a pessimist and I live with condescending scientists who pretend they're so much better than me and it's rubbing off.