based on 4 students ratings
One of my friends living in the UK suggested me to opt for this college. He gave me insights into everything such as the faculties, facilities, infrastructure, etc. Also, he helped me a lot. I applied to the university via the official application portal, which was worth £18.
My master's program was specially designed by experts. It covers all the necessary topics and the subjects required. I think it is providing in-depth knowledge required to excel in this field.
Because I liked that it was in Brighton and the course was extremely interesting to me. I get to learn contemporary issues that relate to my interests as well as gain skills that employers are keen for students to have. I also heard really good things about it and upon visiting really like the atmosphere of the campus.
Really interesting and challenging, allowing me to learn skills that employers look for, such as ground modeling and Microsoft Excel statistical analysis skills. These can be transferred to any kind of job and so I really enjoy my course. Very contemporary.
Location was ideal, it has very good reviews and reputation and were able to offer me a unique course. I am able to live in a lively city but also near my hometown and it is not long to travel each day to the campus.
I really enjoy the curriculum and the flexibility it offers in determining what I study. The days are quite long and it is a very full-on course but I enjoy it a lot. I think in my third year I will have more choice as to what I learn.
I liked it's close proximity to my home town and have always enjoyed going to Brighton. The university has a good reputation and good job prospects also and seemed like the ideal fit for me at the time.
It's been difficult but easier than I first anticipated. I enjoy the material usually. Even though I expected a lot of maths I did not expect it to be this difficult. There are good option modules for year 3, which is another reason i chose this university.