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BA (Hons) Comparative Literature

London, Tower Hamlets KIS Course Id: UBAF-QMCLFF1-USCLF KIS Aim Code: 000 UCAS Course Id: A42-F32

BA (Hons) Comparative Literature course is provided by Queen Mary University of London and is available Full Time, you can visit Queen Mary University of London website to find out more information and how to apply.

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Phone 020 7882 2826
Fax 020 7882 5588
Email [email protected]

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Students who completed this course went onto the following employment roles:

10% Administrative occupations

20% Teaching and educational professionals

5% Sales occupations

20% Business and public service associate professionals

10% Business, research and administrative professionals

10% Media professionals

5% Artistic, literary and media occupations

5% Science, engineering and technology associate professionals

5% Managers, directors and senior officials

5% Information technology and telecommunications professionals

Course Stats

76% Overall Satisfaction
NO DATA Time in Lectures
NO DATA Course Work
£7,427 Average Uni Accommodation
£6,999 Private Accommodation
84% Go on to work or study
77% Employed after 6 months
£24,000 Average Salary
131 Average UCAS Points
NO DATA Lowest UCAS Points
1% 1st Class Degree

National Student Survey Question's

The teaching on my course

94% Staff are good at explaining things

76% Staff have made the subject interesting

90% The course is intellectually stimulating

72% My course has challenged me to achieve my best work

Learning Opportunities

85% My course has provided me with opportunities to explore ideas or concepts in depth

86% My course has provided me with opportunities to bring information and ideas together from different topics

70% My course has provided me with opportunities to apply what I have learnt

Assessment & Feedback

59% The criteria used in marking have been clear in advance

56% Marking and assessment has been fair

48% Feedback on my work has been timely

68% I have received helpful comments on my work

Academic Support

79% I have been able to contact staff when I needed to

68% I have received sufficient advice and guidance in relation to my course

54% Good advice was available when I needed to make study choices on my course

Organisation & Management

37% The course is well organised and running smoothly

66% The timetable works efficiently for me

63% Any changes in the course or teaching have been communicated effectively

Learning Resources

58% The IT resources and facilities provided have supported my learning well

59% The library resources (e.g. books, online services and learning spaces) have supported my learning well

68% I have been able to access course-specific resources (e.g. equipment, facilities, software, collections) when I needed to

Learning Community

32% I feel part of a community of staff and students

42% I have had the right opportunities to work with other students as part of my course

Student Voice

62% I have had the right opportunities to provide feedback on my course

58% Staff value students’ views and opinions about the course

32% It is clear how students’ feedback on the course has been acted on

Students' Union

41% The students’ union (association or guild) effectively represents students’ academic interests

Overall Satisfaction

76% Overall, I am satisfied with the quality of the course


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