teaching in first year is fairly lax, with a good number of hours in the week, but plenty of time for socialising and doing whatever you like, progressively gets more intense as you move up through the years.
Content is normally engaging, but sometimes is rushed through leaving some students a little behind with a lot to catch up on before exams.
Courses normally require either mid term exams which are anywhere from 1-3 hours or essays which can range from 2,000 to 10,000 words for each module, then an end of year exam, so coursework can be a little heavy but better grades in that takes the pressure off of end of year exams.
Feedback is often relevant and constructive, but normally feedback can take far too long, 2 months for one essay for example.
Course specific facilities are limited, but generic facilities are very good so this is not a major issue.