This is a good learning resource. Good faculty and work on good assessment criteria.
Downside: it's compulsory to take modules that are of little or no use
Some courses are great, but there is a huge emphasis on group work which is important as it gives a sense of reality.
But basing large chunks of your grade on group work leaves some students with lesser marks than deserved and others with higher.
In the end, it is the luck of the draw. Which is scary if you are trying to perfect your gpa.
Similarly, some courses seem unnecessary for instance management communication. But, other courses are very interesting such as strategic branding and advertising.
I would definitely recommend this course to my friends.
The course is well balanced with theory and practical work.
This is a great course for teacher preparation.
It involves many practical opportunities and the lecturers and academic staff are awesome.
It is about different macroeconomic theories and models such as the classic Solow growth model, neoclassical models, aggregate demand and supply models, Keynesian models, quantity theory of money, quantitative easing and more contemporary models in economics.
It also touches monetary, fiscal and exchange rate policies.
There are case studies on China for growth and Japan for quantitative easing.
This course is a great course for someone who is unsure of what they want to focus on at university as it provides a variety of subject choices and options for majors/minors.
It is also a good preparation course for someone looking to be a teacher as I was.
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