Written on: 17/01/2008 by CyanIsland
Kingston university is a large institution but that is no excuse for the lack of organisation and dedication to its cause. After signing up for a degree, along with many other students my own age, the university lost my application details. Once that was sorted out they confused my year 1 subject choices with another student and took a long time to correct their mistakes.
Once I had my timetable I found that two locations for my lectures (which were always packed) were incorrect and as the... (read more)
Written on: 27/07/2004 by djjammer (1 review written)
Grades rely at Kingston University on group assessment. So if you you work to an A grade and the other group members work is C grade you will end up with this overall grade unless you put all the work in yourself. This is because there are too many students of low work/grade capabilities, and the university looks good because it gets loads of students to pass under the few that actually put work in.
You can choose the modules that don't have group work, but this is limiting you to very... (read more)
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