Ucas code: P60
Plymouth Uni does have one of the largest SU's I have ever seen, which has at least 3 bars, 2 cafes and the hub - a place...
Plymouth Uni does have one of the largest SU's I have ever seen, which has at least 3 bars, 2 cafes and the hub - a place where you can sit around and chat. There is also an outside bar and a large amount of seating outside. There is thousands of cafes dotted around the campus, but they are very overpriced so it is best to pop into town for food too. In terms of sport facilities, there is a gym, but it is very small, so you're probably better off going to one of the cheaper large ones in the town centre. However, there is sport activities ran often, such as badminton, aerobics etc.×
Comedy nights, club nights out, connections to local clubs, fundraising nights, most society and sports clubs have weekly socials.Report
Lectures in the second year offer the basics to a subject and there are not that many each week - say 3-6 hours. Reading around...
Lectures in the second year offer the basics to a subject and there are not that many each week - say 3-6 hours. Reading around the subject is detrimental to understanding the subject and for being able to give good, in-depth answers in exams Feedback is very varied between the individual lecturers, although most will offer extra feedback if you contact them directly. The course content is not an holistic approach to conservation, and tends NOT to offer modules in community conservation or social enterprise with third world countries. It is a scientific approach to land based conservation and focuses a lot on plants and the physical environment. The labs can sometimes be crammed, depending on how many they enrolled, ours was the last of the cheaper year and they have admitted that they over-subscribed. Overall though the facilities do the job and get you through your degree. The technicians that work along side the academics are wonderful helpers, always keen to help you in your work.×
More support for computing classes which are mixed with creativity, such as making animations or games, as there is very little...
More support for computing classes which are mixed with creativity, such as making animations or games, as there is very little online support which goes further than what you get taught in the lectures. If you want to go beyond what the lectures teach you, you have to go to different online sites.×
Lecturers are enthusiastic and always there to help if you need them, they are also some of the leading researchers in the fieldReport
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