based on 2 students ratings
It had a really good course reputation, I loved the campus, the open days were really good. There was a really good range of areas to study and it offered interesting modules that weren't available at other colleges.
There is an extensive range of modules available that extend across all time periods, themes and all types of people. There is a real opportunity to explore beyond the standard areas of history and delve into new areas that you wouldn't previously have considered researching. However the downfall lies in the fact that you are told you can choose any topic, but this is inaccurate because of restrictions on module places. Therefore you can end up studying something that you don't have any interest in.
It's the best ranked in the subject area. The subject itself was also very good compared to another university and the university impressed on an open day. Plus it's in a great location and the campus is very nice.
My course has compulsory and optional modules that are varied. The course content ranges from management to financial analytics and data handling, to other modules such as Law and Corporate Social responsibility. There is a range of options however I feel that too many of these are focused on HR and organisational structure rather than Marketing.