Academic Review 2019

18th November 2019

Academic Review 2019

The Students' Union has published its annual recommendations to the University as part of its annual Academic Review 2019, ensuring we continue to represent your academic interests to the University.

Each year your Students' Union takes an in-depth look at the National Student Survey responses, as well as other sources of student feedback and produces a set of recommendations to the University based on what our members have been saying. 

This year's review contains recommendations on campus wifi, parking for students, timetabling and the University's Brexit response. The full report, and complete list of recommendations can be downloaded here.

This year we have completed an assessment of each course the University for the first time ever. Below is a downloadable .pdf for each course, with the recommendation for each.

Business and Law Arts, Science and Technology Education and Humanities Health and Society

Advertising & Digital Marketing


Childhood & Youth

Criminal & Corporate Investigation

Business Studies

Acting (Creative Theatre)

Early Childhood Studies


Events Management


Education Studies


Fashion Marketing

Fine Art


Social & Community Development

Human Resource Management

Fine Art Painting & Drawing


Social Work

International Business

Games Art

Primary 3-7 (QTS)


International Relations & Politics

Graphic Communication

Primary Education

Sport Development & Physical Education

International Tourism Management

Media Production and Moving Image

Special Educational Needs & Inclusion

Adult Nursing

Bachelor of Laws


Early Years

Children’s Nursing

Accounting & Finance

Computing (Software Engineering)

Learning and Teaching

Human Bioscience

Banking & Financial Planning



Mental Health Nursing

Marketing Management







Occupational Therapy




Paramedic Science












Psychology & Counselling




Sport & Exercise Science




CertHE Mental Health




Dental Nursing




Health & Social Care




Paramedic Science




Criminology and Psychology

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