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- On-campus open days on 24th Jun, 25th Jun, 10th Sep, 15th Oct & 12th Nov.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Lectures will go ahead in person, these sessions will be recorded (where appropriate) so they are available to you even if, for example, you are self-isolating or unable to travel. Although restrictions have lifted, you can still play your part in helping to stop the spread of Covid-19 by wearing a face covering in busy areas on campus.
5 Social policy reviews at University of Birmingham
Social Research (Social Policy), MABy member565748 On 28th January 22
Very exciting to learn this, everything help me to become more better, thank every teacher make course very interesting.
Social Policy (Health and Social Care), BA HonsBy member1358395 On 20th May 21
Because of Covid-19, this year all the class are taking online, I like to go to school more. But I think the quality if teaching is good, and all the teachers are very good
Social Policy, BA HonsBy eggandbean On 13th September 20
my course is good and my lecturers have all been quite nice. the reading material is quite accessible and in first year if you got stuck on an essay then they were always happy to help you. some of the lecturers are a bit full of themselves but I guess you'll find this at any university. lecture hall is nice.
Social Policy, BA HonsBy member951060 On 10th September 20
Beautiful campus and fun social scene but the actual course was very poor. This course was a real let down in terms of the quality of teaching and engagement that we received. The school of social sciences made Social Policy feel like it was second place in importance compared to criminology or sociology. It seems like the university does not care about this degree at all, the teaching we received was very mixed and the input into seminars or study groups was very minimal for us. There is also a real issue of lecturers and tutors and the department as a whole not responding to student concerns or queries through email. This course needs a complete overhaul and students need to be consulted more about any module changes etc. I felt very unsupported and overall let down by what should have been an exciting and interesting first year at the university of Birmingham.
Policy, Politics and Economics, BA HonsBy member644754 On 11th January 20
I’m afraid the tutor responses and support is very poor. They do not respond to student queries re modules , which wastes students time. Lecturers were also on strike which fragments the students learning. The students should have a refund on this as it’s not acceptable