Positive, it was fun.
Negative I didn't learn useful transferable skills for the workplace
My advice to future students is: Spend time learning useful skills outside of class because class had none
Positives: The campus had fantastic facilities and great staff. The degree was challenging but offered adequate room for growth and exploration. I completed a psychology major and there were plenty of courses to choose from that complimented my interests.
Negatives: Not a lot of negatives however at time the class sizes felt very large. Depending on the type of student you are, this can have an impact on results and I felt as though I didn't do as well as I could have in my first year because there was little support.
My advice to future students is: Make sure you are a self starter and really dedicated to the course or you will struggle to keep up .
Positives: It’s so interactive, classes are small and personal. Everyone is so passionate and that really helps with learning
Negatives: Sometimes it’s a bit unorganised
My advice to future students is: Stay on top of your work. You don’t have to go to every lecture but you should catch up on it within a week or two or you’ll fall behind
Positives: Interesting content
Negatives: Can be unfocused at times
My advice to future students is: Spend some time researching what degree you definitely want to do
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