The first thing I noticed is that there are really few hours of teaching, just 8/10 hours per week. This means we have a lot of free time. However, this means that you have to be able to manage this great amount of spare time. There are some people that need to be pushed and followed throughout their studies. Personally, I would not mind a medium solution: about 15 hours per week. The content of the course is really interesting; however, it also depends on the teacher whether you like the course of not, but this is obvious. The type of work I am required to do is essays and exams. It is challenging because you have to orginize to be able to do everything on time, but it also let you understand and discover a lot about new things. The only thing I did not really like is the fact that during my summer session I had 5 exams in 11 days, two in the same one. However, I come from a country where the situation is very different, so I think I just have to adapt. The feedback from tutors was quite satisfying, except one. However, I did not really had a good feeling with my personal tutor. He did not support me and warned me in not choosing an elective module I wanted to take saying that I probably would have failed it. Instead, I passed with a first. The facilities are really good, I need just books - loads of books. The library has got almost everything we need and if there is not a book we can tell and order it.