The course itself was great for the first year. Lecturers were in the whole friendly and helpful. However, the second year was repetitive and no one on the course told us that in order to register in our profession after we'd finished we'd have to pay over £100. This left many of us, who being students with little money, unable to register straight away and resulted in us working a job and not being paid at the right level for it. I think this reflects the universities wealth and non concern for what they see as small amounts of money, and in fact I received an email from the course leader saying that the marking of our dissertations was less pressing because "graduate employment is perhaps less pressing". A massive disrespect I feel when a majority of the course were working full time far before the course ended to fund ourselves and being paid far less than we should of done, but the university did not see that as a "pressing" matter.