3.2 / 5
3.2 / 5

Mechanical, production & manufacturing engineering, Buckinghamshire New University

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Covid-19 Response

TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
Confirmed Sept/Oct start
TEACHING MODE:
Blended learning
OPEN DAYS:
On-campus from September
TEACHING NOTES:
Buckinghamshire New University has announced its plans for all students to receive a blend of face-to-face teaching and online learning across all its courses from September, when its new academic year will begin on schedule. Work is already underway across the University’s campuses to create a COVID-safe environment in time for the new academic year.
This is the latest available data taken from the bucks.ac.uk website on 29th June 2020

1 Mechanical, production & manufacturing engineering review at Buckinghamshire New University


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Student Review: 3 /5

Product Design, BA Hons

By On 10th July 15

A lot of hidden costs for materials that were not mentioned in the course specification when joining which would have been nice. Also, hidden maths involvement that is beyond A level Maths, which with no experience, you're stuffed. Not very good value for money at all. However, I do love the course and my personal tutor is very good. Some facilities such as computers need updating/software updates.

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