Ucas code: B25
Cost of transport is alot each year. The drinks on campus are mediocre prices when I visit them. As for other costs I have...
Cost of transport is alot each year. The drinks on campus are mediocre prices when I visit them. As for other costs I have those at home.×
Great range of pubs, clubs, bars and restaurants for any price range. Theres regularly student nights for cheap pricesReport
The Accounting and Finance course has been pretty interesting to me considering I came onto the course as someone who had never...
The Accounting and Finance course has been pretty interesting to me considering I came onto the course as someone who had never done Accounting before. Within a typical week you spend about 3-5 in lecture and 8-10 hours in seminars which allows your tutor to also help explain things in more detail which you may not have understood in the lecture. In your first year you complete four modules; Fundamentals of Financial Accounting, Fundamentals of Management Accounting, Business, Economics & Law and Professional & Financial Skills. All these modules pick up from the basics on accounting and I would recommend to any prospective student to put at least 2 hours of out-of-uni hours into self learning for each module. The to fundamentals modules are seminar based and will require note taking as well as answering questions to show understanding. Both modules have a coursework element and will require the use of computers. The p&f skills module is mainly computer based and is quite enjoyable as you learn how to use excel and access for accounting needs as well as create your own e-portfolio page and also show off your research and presentation abilities. The BE&L module is solely coursework based. The economics is a test which evaluates your understanding whilst the business law is a essay piece.×
could do better on helping cross campus relationships as the campuses we have are dotted all over Birmingham and its hard to...
could do better on helping cross campus relationships as the campuses we have are dotted all over Birmingham and its hard to travel to and from each one in any given time period×
There are local shops and supermarkets, places to eat, etc, such as Asda, KFC, McDonalds. Some of the food on the campus is...
There are local shops and supermarkets, places to eat, etc, such as Asda, KFC, McDonalds. Some of the food on the campus is quite decently priced whereas some products are expensive and over priced, but this is my opinion. Some of the university staff provide new job vacancies that may be of interest to students, as well as career talks and helpful advice. You have to pay quite a lot of money for books and materials for the course, but this is presumably anticipated. Transport may be quite expensive if you live far away from the campus.×
essays and exams are hard to prepare for sometimes with the placements and group work that running at the same time.Report
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