Ucas code: O33
Unlike many universities our student union lacks a building to hold such events in. Instead, OUSU organises many campaigning...
Unlike many universities our student union lacks a building to hold such events in. Instead, OUSU organises many campaigning activities such as anti-homelessness campaigns and the like.×
It's not all work and no play as i thought it would be. The work load is manageable and you can easily have an equally good...
It's not all work and no play as i thought it would be. The work load is manageable and you can easily have an equally good social life if you can get the balance right. The tutors and tutorials are really engaging and they get you to think 'outside the box' - it's probably the best kind of teaching.×
I study medicine and have, on an average week, 10hrs of lectures, 6hrs of practicals and 3hrs of tutorials. My remaining time...
I study medicine and have, on an average week, 10hrs of lectures, 6hrs of practicals and 3hrs of tutorials. My remaining time is spent preparing essays or doing reading for my tutorials which takes around 6hrs per tutorial. Most ideas are quite easy to grasp although physiology and pharmacology can be difficult. There is a lot to learn but this is manageable. Tutors provide exceptional spoken feedback which allows you to ask any questions as well. The medical building is 10 years old so has very modern facilities.×
Great opportunities for bursaries/grants. Accommodation is particularly expensive here.Report
Large range of clubs/societies etc. with a low focus on academic matters.Report
There are both college and university teams which means that anyone can participate at any level.Report
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