In our first year we had on average 17 hours a week teaching time split into lectures, seminars and a tutorial.
Our course (accounting and finance) had a lot of content. Apart from the accounting basics we also had lectures on excell, access, law, economics and professional businesses skills (this included help on writing a CV and what to do in job interviews).
Our course was veey mixed on the type of work we did In the first year, while alot of it was exams we also did computer based work, such as excell and access, coursework and presentations.
Overall feedback was detailed and useful however there were a few occasions were feedback was lacking and sometimes this included feedback on important work which was graded. However I found all lectures were happt to find time to sit down and go through any questions you had about marks and how to improve.
The course doesn't really have many course specific facilities but the computer suites are good and the university keeps accounting software such as sage up to date.