Africa: Environment, Development, People
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This subject was enjoyable, interesting and allowed me to research and read about concepts and ideas that I haven't encountered before. I enjoyed the layout of the assignments, as we had freedom in choosing what book we wanted to do a review on, as well as our own essay question on the end. The readings and tutorials were also very interesting too, as the tutorials were straightforward and they actually discussed the topics in the readings. The end of semester test was a bit difficult, as a number of students agreed that there were questions and topics that weren't covered in lectures, however, this is just a minor issue. Overall, this subject is far from boring, as it is very interesting, enjoyable and also relaxing at the same time.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017
I really loved this subject. Very well taught with great insights from various contributors. It really opened my eyes to a number of aspects of a continent I didn't have a whole lot of knowledge about. The tutorials were enjoyable, with lengthy, in-depth and vibrant discussions about a variety of topics. The mid-sem exam tests your memory of lecture content, and isn't at all difficult if you pay attention in class and revise a little. The final assignment was a choose-your-own-topic essay. I chose one from a list of suggestions that wouldn't have been something I thought of myself. I ended up really enjoying it, so don't be scared to go for something you're unsure about.