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Reviews of Postgraduate Courses

The reviews below were submitted by students currently studying postgraduate courses at UK universities. Reviews contribute towards the Whatuni Student Choice Awards, which celebrate student satisfaction in higher education and offer insight into postgrad life at university.

Poor. The students are great and so are the pubs but the uni is a disaster. No compensation for lectures missed from strikes, no money and funding for mandatory things suck as getting a poster printed or binding work. There's no cafe and the. Quality of support is non existent read full review
Fantastic. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time here at NCH, and I would strongly encourage people to apply who are interested in History, both public and academic. The small class sizes are so helpful, and I have really developed as a historian as a result. read full review
My experience has been positive and I have recommended the course to others. I think the course challenges me in a good way and makes me think in different ways. It is a good step for my own personal and professional development. read full review
Enjoyble, I recommend it to any students considering Portsmouth as a uni. Good access to facilitaties and most things are in walking distance. Lectures are helpful read full review
Satisfactory, highly knowledgeable staff, okay lecture facilities, good access to resources. A nice and accessible city. Good social life. Support can be hood, but have to work for it read full review

History MA/PgDip


Rebecca - February 2020

I only started in January but so far it's really good and is giving me skills for my career in the field- such as writing media releases, using archives, looking at sources.

There are also loads of research seminars to attend that keep you up to date with current literature read full review

Sociology PhD


Anon - February 2020

Poor. Disappointing. Too much money spent on shiny new buildings and not enough on the basics: books in the library and staff pay. Employ more staff on fixed contracts and pay the staff you have for the work they do. read full review