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    Forensic investigation is definitely the degree I want to study but I'd like to know from people who have studied this degree at Staffs uni, how was it? was the uni Good? was the course what you expected? What did you do on the course?
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    Forensic investigation is definitely the degree I want to study but I'd like to know from people who have studied this degree at Staffs uni, how was it? was the uni Good? was the course what you expected? What did you do on the course?
    Hey there! I can't say for sure what the course was actually like, as I do Psychology at Staffs instead, but I have known people who have done that course and similar (i.e. Forensic Psychology).

    From what I know, the people I've talked to have really enjoyed it, especially when they get to use the Forensic Crime Scene House on campus, which is set up to simulate real crime scenes (which on a personal note sounds really cool!). There is overlap with some other course, so a purely forensic student may do some psych modules, which I think is good to get a broader understanding of your discipline.

    Generally I've found the uni to be quite supportive if you have any issues, and I would definitely recommend coming to an open day if you haven't already, to check it out for yourself 😊
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    Hey there! I can't say for sure what the course was actually like, as I do Psychology at Staffs instead, but I have known people who have done that course and similar (i.e. Forensic Psychology).

    From what I know, the people I've talked to have really enjoyed it, especially when they get to use the Forensic Crime Scene House on campus, which is set up to simulate real crime scenes (which on a personal note sounds really cool!). There is overlap with some other course, so a purely forensic student may do some psych modules, which I think is good to get a broader understanding of your discipline.

    Generally I've found the uni to be quite supportive if you have any issues, and I would definitely recommend coming to an open day if you haven't already, to check it out for yourself 😊
    Thanks for the response! I've actually booked myself for a couple of the new taster courses that staffs offer, and the idea of a helpful staff team at uni really helps too. Thank you and good luck with your course!
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