“I’ll be frank, I’m old so it’s my fricking mandate to love Uni and to gush about how ‘inspiring and engaging’ the lectures/lecturers/tutes are, so take my advice with a grain of salt, or maybe with a delicious Carte crepe topped off with a long meaningful look at the cute Carte coffee boy (girls do make passes at boys who wear glasses it seems), but seriously, Power – the subject not the end of the world as we know it – is fabulous. As a student and an academic support worker (someone who attends other people’s classes to take notes) I attend a lot of classes. Power is packed right up until late semester. I’ve attended other subjects from the same faculty that are dead by mid-semester. Do it:
1. Variety of lecturers – all interesting, passionate and great presenters
2. Assessments are clear but broad enough for students to specialise to suit personal interest
3. Did I say interesting? The content is really interesting and though we universally acknowledge that theory often goes in one ear and out the other, the real-life examples are diverse and directly linked to theory and it MAKES SENSE!”

Would you recommend this subject? YES