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Failure of Investment Management

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We the undersigned are dissatisfied with the level of teaching with respect to: Place of Study: University of the West of England, Bristol Module: Investment Management Code: UMAC3Q-20-3 Period: 2007-2008 The level of teaching, co-ordination and general structure has been poor at best. Whilst we respect the sad passing of Dr Peter Taylor, we are aware since his illness that the quality of the module has fallen greatly. There has been great communication problems, both in terms of what to do within the module and specific language problems, in which the teacher was unable to clearly get across his intention\'s. Additionally, Cherif has been unable to give adequate information as to the current examination and has failed on numerous occasions to clear up student problems. Please sign this petition in order to give clarify to both UWE and BBS that we are unhappy with the standard of this module and recognise its failure when compared with other modules. Why should our degree suffer as a result of an extremely poorly taught module.

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