based on 4 students ratings
One of my aunts is an alumnus of this college. She graduated from this college some time ago. I asked her to suggest a college for my bachelor's, she suggested to me this college. I applied to the university via UCAS by submitting £18.
This 3-year BEng program is designed to equip us with theoretical and practical knowledge of the fundamentals of Mining Engineering. The program offers courses that focus on the study of the application of mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development, and operational evaluation of mineral extraction, mineral processing, and refining methods and systems, logistics and communications systems, etc.
I found online that it offered my preferred subject combination and visited the university and campus on an open day. Subsequently, I chose to apply to the university through UCAS as my predicted A-level grades met the entry requirements (3 As). I received a conditional offer (3As) a day later. I also visited an offer-holder open day after receiving the offer which helped me decide to make it my first choice university.
There's a good variety, and for me (as a combined honors student) I get lots of choices which is good. The workload isn't too overwhelming but there's enough to engage with.
Reputation and ranking and the city is very nice and pretty. I always wanted the full Immersive uni experience with the hills and lakes and library the uni is very pretty indeed and very close compact.
It's good and interesting it relies heavily on outside reading but it is a good thing as it teaches us more up to date knowledge compared to outdated high school science material which is out of date.
My college has very good rankings and it is located in a green area. The library is very big and open for twenty four hours. I also enjoyed the modules they offered. I liked the fact that is is near the beach.
Fantastic. It enables me to think critically and independently. The lecturers are extremely helpful as well. I have plenty of choices regarding my optional modules though when it comes to the core modules, we don\'t much flexibility in choosing them.