For the 2021/22 academic year, the university will continue to deliver hybrid education enhanced with a significant amount of face-to-face, on-campus teaching. Most lectures will be delivered face-to-face on-campus but they will be recorded and/or may be streamed, if appropriate.
Economics lecturers are all brilliant. No complaints, have been very happy with the standard of their teaching. Politics has been more hit and miss, however. Theres everything from inspiring and great, to mediocre, to just plain bad.
Although is common practice, books are not provided. Library stocks a few copies, however you'd think that paying 9 grand a year at least some of the core texts would be provided to each student.
Personal tutor basically doesn't exist, have been requested to meet just once so far.