based on 5 students ratings
My father suggested me this college as he has graduated from this college a long ago. He gave a very positive review of the college and the faculties. I explored the university online and got attracted to it. I paid £60 as I applied through the official application portal of the university for admission.
Under this course curriculum, we'll study the technical, social, and psychological factors behind the development of the interactive computing technologies, devices, and systems that are part of our lives. We'll develop an understanding of how human psychology, communication, and social relations underpin design innovations and user experience.
The best ranked course, the location of the university. It is local to my full time home address, good travel facilities to university. Well known university and lots of opportunities. Close to an airport to convenient to travel.
We learn a large variety. Lots of wide ranging modules, great opportunities to pick more optional modules. Learning lots about international business, latin america, the spanish language. Key skills which will be applicable to future work.
I really liked the course and the look of the university. Bath also has a very good reputation and does well in the university rankings. I liked the look of the sports clubs and feel of the SU too. The city is really pretty and near to Bristol for bigger nights out.
Really good, lots of interesting science and good mix of lectures, workshops, labs and placement opportunities but very high in content and contact hours making it very full on tiring and more draining than any of my flat mates courses.
It was a good balance between a good school and not too far from home. I really liked my program and this school is one of the best ones for this course. I also knew a few other people who had previously gone here and they all loved it.
It's good but it could be better. a few of my classes are repetitive and not that interesting, but I guess it's because I have not yet been able to choose my modules and which specific areas I want to study which I'm guessing will make me enjoy the course a lot more.
The course modules: there are lots to choose from every semester, all of which a very different which is nice because you can choose the ones which fit the areas you are most interested in. Also the location.
Good, but the compulsory modules were slightly more varied. There is a lot of social policy based ones despite there being a whole course for Social Policy, which I am not studying. But there is normally a good choice of optional modules which is nice.