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It has been good and I have learnt a lot plus I have been able to make friends in a large city where it can be hard to. I have been connected to media professionals so hopefully will get good job prospects out of it.
Their whole thing is pushing for jobs which is good but also can be overwhelming especially during a pandemic
Blended learning with lectures online 3 days a week then in person classes 9am-5pm for 2 days a week
A lot of up to date good equipment, sometimes the rooms are not that accessible
They phone us twice a term to see if we are ok
Whilst some of this can be attributed to covid and the general lower value of online teaching, the in person aspects have still been woeful. City has had one library open this year and it is small, understocked and not fit for purpose. The behaviour in it is bizzare, the last time I was in there, someone decided to take a phone call and stayed on the call for 15 minutes. The teaching is very hit and miss which is a shame as when it is good, it's very good.
Good, nice lecturers, good course mates . Teaching overall has been well executed and coming back onto campus for practical production and shooting days has been smooth. I would recommend this course to others
Journalism department at City is really well connected and get notified of journalism jobs often. However. I don’t know how to access the uni’s general career services and was not told how to either
Blended learning is well executed but I feel like lecturers get complacent with online classes and have stopped putting in the effort to help students engage
TV and radio studios are really really well equipped
I have been assigned a personal tutor who I feel I could go to if I needed to
Overall I have enjoyed my experience at this university so far. Although most of our teaching has been online, they did try their absolute best to get us on campus to use equipment, and most lecturers respond quickly to emails.
A lot of really high quality studios, very similar/if not the same as you would find in real radio stations and broadcast studios
I think the university attempted to do their best considering how difficult it has been during the last year. A lot of the support was available and the lecturers were there to help us as well. However, for the tuition fees that we’re having to pay for this year, it hasn’t been enough to justify the cost.
There was a lot of support from my university for the previous year, especially as it’s been a struggle due to the pandemic. There was a lot of opportunities for booking office hours with my lecturers and seminar teachers. The lecturers also included different opportunities to explore perspectives from the original authors and researchers through pre recorded as well as in session interviews.
The lecture rooms are spacious as well as the university library. There is also prayer rooms within the campus which is really nice as it’s inclusive for multiple faiths.
There are services available for students through well being centres, and the opportunities to let our lecturers know if and when we need support.
It was a very good experience but such a shame I missed out on the last year due to the pandemic. I was supported with my medical condition. I was supported financially, but agree changes should be made to make bursaries and financial help more clear especially for those who cannot work. I enjoyed meeting new people but in contrast didn't meet as make any life friends due to my condition which prevented me from socialising
Good career activities and access to opportunities but I was decline for the 2 placements I applied for. Had many guest speakers from different fields of Law
Online lectures and tutorials
Accessible equipment, good structure of classrooms, good facilities suitable for everyone
I was supported by the disability support team with help to making a DSA and having special arrangements
Worse experience ever! How the mighty have fallen! Go somewhere else, the teachers are so obnoxious and outrageous. Do not waste your money on this university. They do not teach anything it's all self learning for very expensive fees
non existent. You pay lots of money and there is no support whatsoever
Avoid like a plague! It was the biggest waste of time and money I've ever done! I really regret doing this course. The teachers are awful! They do not teach anything and they give horrible marks! The teachers don't answer your questions and are very dismissive. The lectures are 10-15 mins long and don't really explain anything! It's a very expensive course and it's all self-learning
It's incredibly expensive and you don't get anything in return
This academic year has been difficult to adjust to, it has been difficult to engage in lectures often but on the upside it was remote learning so we did not need to travel to the university.
Unfortunately I have not been into uni because of covid. Everything has been moved online including exams which made me become physically ill and having to resit the exams later this year - with no access to past papers or feedback on why I failed. I do not feel supported and I feel frustrated that I have had to spend so much money on such a bad service.
They arrange opportunities
Online teaching is not real teaching. I have not been to uni once and spending £14k+.
Have not been
Not good for financial support
Overall cass business school is a great school. I like the racing patterns a lot. The Exams are tough and teachers are great. I made a lot of friends and have access to a lot of resources.
Good prospects. Whoever works hard gets them.
Course is taught online because of the pandemic but it is okay. The teachers are always available. They reply to our queries and emails always. It is an amazing business school.
They're good and easy to access. All the facilities are accessible and amazing. Only the size of the library seems a bit small.
Great. I keep getting emails from student support teams. I also an ableist to access free counselling for mental health