By Theresa,Written on Feb 21 , 2019
it's a bit of a Debby Downer town, Bangor, and classes are a little all over the place with timetables changing all the time, which makes it difficult to get into a rhythm. But we did a lot of field work with class which is great for forestry.
I'm only here for one year and very busy with my course
Somehow it feels like they aren't very active, and too much goes via facebook. Not that much music, not that many green things
It's alright - a little sterile, and there was no communal space on the floor, only at the bottom of the building, so you didn't really meet people from your hall very much
It depends on the course, while some are v engaging others absolutely aren't - waaay too much course work, and it'd be nice if all assignments were rated, rather than producing poor ungraded work.
They offer all kinds of workshops
Alright - very difficult to receive quality support for statistics, which is so important in science at higher levels!
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