Looking at some of the league tables, one of the recurring patterns I see time after time is that the economics program at Cambridge has exceptionally low student satisfaction ratings; both in respect to Cambridge university in general and economics programs in general. What's up with that? Is there something about the program that makes it particularly boring or disappointing compared to places like Warwick?
I've heard some discussion about the Cambridge curriculum being more conservative (in the sense that a lot of time is spent on classical theory) disappointing students. How true is this?
What's up with student satisfication at Cambridge economics? watch
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Last edited by eniet; 12-02-2016 at 23:52.
- 12-02-2016 23:51
- 12-02-2016 23:55
You'd be going to Cambridge, could it get any better?
- 12-02-2016 23:59
3.97 out of 5 is not low, plus I'd be worth it just for the name