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Covid-19 Response

TEACHING MODE:
Blended learning.
OPEN DAYS:
On-campus open days on 1st Oct, 22nd Oct & 27th Nov.
TEACHING NOTES:
Large group lectures will be moved online for semester 1, but there will be teaching groups on the campus of around 30 people in size. Students will also be taught in subject bubbles to help contact tracing. You may need to wear a face-covering in your teaching room but the university will always make this clear if this is the case.
This is the latest available data taken from the bcu.ac.uk website on 27th July 2022. Read all universities responses in our Covid-19 university response article.

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3 Medical technology reviews at Birmingham City University


Student Review: 3.4 /5

Diagnostic Radiography, BSc Hons

By lauraemilym On 3rd January 19

- Timetable is full of early starts and very late finishes with long gaps in between due to the size of the current group. - The Emerging Practitioner module can sometimes feel like a waste of time where you aren't actually learning anything, more of a discussion or listening to a guest speaker. - A large number of students are constantly talking through lectures and the staff haven't done anything about it. - The quality of teaching is great and lecturers are always able to answer your questions and encourage participation when in smaller classes. - Structure of Lectures > Seminars > Workshop is effective in reinforcing and repeating the week's learning. - Unable to say whether it is good value for money because most of the PowerPoints are available pre-session so you can take your notes much quicker at home than you can in lectures - My placement rotation is very far away from Birmingham which was unexpected

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Student Review: 4.4 /5

Diagnostic Radiography, BSc Hons

By member621782 On 13th April 16

The course is fantastic in my opinion, great opportunities to advance after qualification and very good teaching staff that care for the students needs

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Student Review: 4.4 /5

Diagnostic Radiography, BSc Hons

By member7991 On 15th October 15

Staff are very personal, funny and knowledgeable would recommend the course, and placement is very rewarding

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