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Others in subjects allied to medicine, University of Cambridge

5 Reviews by Students #14 out of 69 UK Universities for Others in subjects allied to medicine

Covid-19 Response

TEACHING MODE:
Blended learning.
OPEN DAYS:
Hybrid open days on 7th & 8th Jul.
TEACHING NOTES:
They are planning to provide as much in-person teaching as they possibly can. They expect to offer as normal the small-group teaching that is at the heart of the Cambridge experience: supervisions, practicals and seminars.
This is the latest available data taken from the cam.ac.uk website on 20th June 2022. Read all universities responses in our Covid-19 university response article.

5 Others in subjects allied to medicine reviews at University of Cambridge


Student Review: 4 /5

Natural Sciences, BA Hons

By member1125682 On 7th January 17
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Student Review: 5 /5

Natural Sciences, BA Hons

By member417005 On 19th October 15

10/10 would cry over workload again

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Student Review: 3.6 /5

Natural Sciences, BA Hons

By KatieP On 29th April 15

The Natural Sciences course is really flexible, allowing you to take a range of different science subjects and switch between them during the course. However, this also means that it is very intense, with students expected to learn the same content as students taking single honours courses at other universities in their specialist subject, as well as studying up to half their degree in other modules - i.e. doubling the workload. The teaching quality really varies, the lecturers often aren't hired to just teach - instead they are researchers who are required to give a few lectures each year. Therefore, some are really rubbish, although the Chemistry department in particular is pretty good. The number of contact hours is around 30 a week, including 3/4 hours of one/ two-to one teaching from your supervisors. Therefore, the course is very good value for money. However, there are very few opportunities for things like year abroads, placements or language study.

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Student Review: 5 /5

Natural Sciences, BA Hons

By member98268 On 29th April 15
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Student Review: 5 /5

Natural Sciences, BA Hons

By member48222 On 28th April 15
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