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Equity, trusts and land

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  • Points: 60
  • Code: W302
  • Level: 3

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Module satisfaction survey

The figures below are taken from a survey of students who sat the exam/completed the end-of-module assessment for the October 2016 presentation of W302. The survey was carried out in 2017.

37 students (a response rate of 20.6%) responded to the survey covering what they thought of 10 aspects of the module.

Please note that if the percentage of students who responded to this module survey is below 30% and/or the number of responses is below 23 it means that only a small proportion of students provided feedback and their views as shown here may not be fully representative of all students who studied the module.

See this page for the full text of questions and more information about the survey.

% Count
Overall, I am satisfied with the quality of this module 66.7 24
Overall, I am satisfied with my study experience 69.4 25
The module provided good value for money 61.1 22
I was satisfied with the support provided by my tutor/study adviser on this module 80 28
Overall, I was satisfied with the teaching materials provided on this module 55.6 20
The learning outcomes of the module were clearly stated 77.8 28
I would recommend this module to other students 61.1 22
The module met my expectations 55.6 20
I enjoyed studying this module 58.3 21
Overall, I was able to keep up with the workload on this module 86.1 31
Faculty comment: "Feedback from students reflect the challenging nature of Equity, Trusts and Land. But final year results reveal that this is no barrier to success. Further, that exploring the subjects in broader critical contexts that present law as a social and political subject that demands to be questioned on these terms is sometimes disconcerting but always important. Promotion of independent research knowledge and skills is central to this module, including through collaborative working. Whilst a number of students found the process of working with others difficult, overcoming this particular challenge and succeeding proved highly rewarding."
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