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Most relevant Student Reviews for Business and Management at University College Birmingham
Business Enterprise Top-up, BA Hons PartTime
Fantastic course and support provided read more
Business Enterprise, BA Hons FullTime
Excellent course, learn a lot about businesses read more
Marketing Management, BA Hons FullTime
Very repetitive course. Doesn't seem to be much direction this year. Very hit and miss with the teaching. A lot of teaching consists of a monotone lecturer reading straight from a PowerPoint read more
Most relevant Student Reviews for Tourism, Transport and Travel at University College Birmingham
International Tourism Management, BA Hons FullTime
Teachers are very supportive and encourage you to take part in activities to enhance employability. Course content is delivered in a tailored way to students. read more
Events Management, FdA FullTime
Teachers are all friendly and easy to talk to, however, people don't seem to learn anything. Students in their second year have said to me they still feel like they haven't learned anything. Also worth noting that this is the worst university in Birmingham, and is more of a college than a university, if you can, try to get in somewhere else. read more
5 aggregated reviews by students studying at University College Birmingham.