This thread is about nutrition and dietetics which QMUC has taught since dietetics began in the UK. We have a distinct higher percentage of people compared to other uni's in edinburgh, gaining graduate level work since over 50% of the university is healthcare related. Also, people should take into account that people change their minds over 4 years as to their career choice, especially if they are enter university when they are 17 or 18. Even if the jobs they do are not graduate level jobs, the employer may still have counted their degree as the reason they hired them. Having the degree does not entitle you to a graduate level job, and this is a UK wide trend.
The only bad thing i have about my course is this year the placement system changed on a national system, and instead of been able to go whereever we choose in the UK (i want to go home to england!) we have to go in scotland. This changed everywhere in the country, so its not QMUC's fault.
Last year a huge change occurred within QMUC; Plans for a new campus were finalised, new student representation system set up, and now we are undergoing a QAA inspection, of which the university is expected to score very high upon. I don't think its fair to act upon old information; institutions may have performed badly in the past, but change occurs, and in 18 months not 1 single person has dropped out of my course (dietetics), human biology or nutrition, which i think says something about i guess the course in question on this thread. The main reason for dropping out in previous years inour department has been financial strain and not QMUC and the way it is run/managed.