3.8 / 5
3.8 / 5

History, University of Brighton

1 Reviews by Students #50 out of 99 UK Universities for History

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Covid-19 Response

TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
Confirmed Sept/Oct start
TEACHING MODE:
Online learning
OPEN DAYS:
27th May, 19th June & 10th July
TEACHING NOTES:
In-person teaching and learning for students who are studying practical or practice-based courses (including creative arts) which require specialist equipment and facilities will resume from Monday 8 March. Students studying courses which can reasonably be continued online (humanities, social science and all courses taught by the Brighton Business School) should continue to study remotely until further notice.
This is the latest available data taken from the brighton.ac.uk website on 26th April 2021. Read all universities responses in our Covid-19 university response article.

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1 History review at University of Brighton


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Student Review: 4 /5

History of Art and Design, BA Hons

By member532555 On 26th June 18

The course is fantastic. It’s very in depth, we study a range of artefacts, make regular trips to museums and galleries and the tutors are amazing lecturers. We work in small groups so get a lot of discussion time which is really beneficial. The course is divided between exams, presentations, essays and other smaller tasks which is really good, if you’re not so great at exams you can make it up elsewhere. The course is extremely interesting as the modules are so varied and quite niche, I can’t see where else you would be able to study some of the topics we do! The downfall is the contact time. In my final yet I was in for three hours a week which was awful value for money, and my personal tutor in second and third year was terrible at replying to my emails often taking a week to get back to me (once it took them a month!)

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