Nothing to change its a great uni.
The Su hosts many activities and events such as the boat party.
There are rugby, football, tennis clubs. Every campus of the university has a sports club.
Greenwich has one of the best facilities in London Universities.
It has friendly and really helpful staff.
There is alot to do at Greenwich, its a very beautiful place and area.
If you try hard you will end up with a job, should you like it! You decide!
I live in a private flat.
Overall my university experience has been amazing, I've become president of The PR Fraternity, made amazing life long friends and got great grades along the way!
I think personally that there are many jobs available for this profession, and that there would be jobs available.
The diverse modules available throughout the years.
I lived in the Cutty Sark campus during my first year. I enjoyed it a lot.The room sizes are acceptable. The social life is very active and the campus is close to everything.
I like to walk around greenwich, go to pubs, to the cinema, comedy club etc
Buildings are historical, very pretty and comfortable.Maybe the toilets could be improved.
The PR Fraternity, My Life My Say
I think that it is very well organised, however interaction with students is limited.
Studying at the university of greeinwich was a good experience. the course was interesting, the teaching and admin were very helpful.
I was not really envoloved in any of its activity but I saw ads for many.
I am not club person, but it could catch my eyes the number of clubs available in Greenwich ,,, thought the other campus is a bit far from the city center
Services at the university hostal is very good ... espacially the new building..
It was good in general ... the library is not huge but every year it is gettig bigger .. many computer labs available in different buildings,,, beside that the coffee shops are quite cheap
my course was interesting, and the staff were very knowledgable and helpful ...
Even after finishing the lectures houres you can go out an enjoy yourtime in a club or have a cup of wine in one of many resturant available around ... I can not specify which resturant I like most .. but I would recoment the chines resturant to everybody to go and enjoy..
Well the jobshop will give the best advice on your carrer... my self got very helpful tips from the jobshop who are always ready and willing to give advice... beside the jobs offered by the uni specially for its student.. (Lab assistant, Library assistant, reception and customer service jobs ... etc.)
I enjoy very much my university because all the people are very helpful. We enjoy our university by celebrating all types of festival.
Our student union organise many events which we attend if they are of interest.
Many clubs and societies, but because of the money problem I cannot join in.
I am not living in hostel. I live with my friends. This accommodation is very good.
Our library is very useful to us.
My course is about computer science. There are 4 days per week. Our lectures are very helpful.
This course gave a very good grounding in all aspects of multimedia technology. It covered all the basics and theory behind the various facets, and then let you specialise in areas you felt most interested in. Some of the subjects covered included Web Design and Development, Virtual Reality for the Web, Interactive CD-ROM and DVD authoring, 3-D studio animation, CAD, Cinematography, Art in the multimedia age, Media Law, Media and Politics, sound editing, etc. It is an ideal course if you are interested in different elements of multimedia but have not yet decided which is the best path for you.
London is great, and as a lad from the midlands it was great to come down here and see how much more there is to offer. Being the capital city there are obviously more museums, galleries, clubs, restaurants, theatres etc then anywhere else in the country and there will always be plenty to keep you busy/entertained. There is something for everyone, no matter what your interests down here, and the transport makes things really easy to get to and from with trains, busses and the underground. As for Greenwich it self, it is an amazing place with lots of character and plenty to do. The park is a great place to hang out in the summer and there are plenty of pubs on the river where you will be able to enjoy a couple of bevvies and waste away the afternoon/evenings. It is also only a short train/DLR/boat ride away from central London so a great location.
The job prospects from this course are great, especially with the boom in all things multimedia and internet. I got a job within 2 weeks of finishing the degree and have been working in web design ever since. The course gives you a good grounding to be able to adapt to new technology and ideas and there are plenty of avenues available to go down with this degree behind you.
There is a good student union social life with plenty of events happening throughout the year at the various different campuses.
There are various clubs/societies/teams you can join at Greenwich from the football/Rugby/Tennis etc sporting teams to debating, film etc teams
I lived in the purpose build student halls at the Avery Hill campus for the 3 years i was there. They are modern, clean and have all the essentials like shared kitchen, bathrooms (some come with en-suite) and the flats range from 4 - 9 people. There is also university managed accommodation available in Greenwich and they help with finding accommodation around the area for all those students in their first year and overseas students
The university facilities are top-notch with a renovated campus set in the heart of Greenwich offering all the latest technology and large lecture rooms and classrooms. The computer labs are all state of the art with plenty of support staff at hand to help you. There is also a purpose built TV-studio with blue screen capability at the Avery Hill campus. There are also gyms and plenty of sporting facilities.
The lecturers on this course were all very knowledgeable and have worked in the field of Multimedia for many years now. One of the lecturers is an acclaimed cinematographer who worked on films such as Interview with a vampire.