/
/
AECC University College

282 AECC University College reviews

The annual Whatuni Student Choice Awards (WUSCAs) highlight the incredible work carried out by institutions for their students. This year’s awards were based on reviews from over 30,000 students across the UK.

2022 WUSCA winners

Student rating
This is the overall rating calculated by averaging all live reviews for this uni on Whatuni.
(4.2)
  • AECC University College
L
Lara
20 Mar 21

Chiropractic MChiro

University rating (5)
Tell us about your overall university experience so far.

This year has been tough for everyone. Although, my overall experience at AECC University College has not been impacted negatively by the pandemic. Tutors have been really supportive and provided a lot of additional resources to make us understand the subjects in depth. Some tutors even scheduled additional meetings outside of teaching hours to go through concepts that were more difficult and offered different techniques to revise the contents. Support was offered by the Student Union and they organized several engaging activities throughout the past few months to keep the College’s social life going.

1 people found this helpful

A
Anon
21 Jul 21

Chiropractic MChiro

University rating (2)
Tell us about your overall university experience so far.

This year has understandably been difficult because of covid however this was also the case last year and I felt that it was better dealt with in the previous academic year. This year has been really challenging as a student as I've felt that communication has been lacking most of the time I've been here. Myself and those around me have been confused about we're supposed to be doing and due to the lack of clear cut communication that is often left until the last minute lots of misinformation about what to do spreads around. I think the online learning this year has been practical in terms of meaning that you can catch up with lectures in your own time and can have more freedom. I think this should always be offered even with in-person lectures as it would be nice to have the choice or if you have to go off ill it would make catching up so much easier. I'm looking forward to my final year where I'll be doing more of what the job will entail at the end. It'll be a breath of fresh air that has been long awaited.

1 people found this helpful

K
Karol
20 Mar 21

MSc Chiropractic

University rating (4)
Tell us about your overall university experience so far.

Times have been tough for all students around the world with covid these days. I have moved to England initially to travel and be closer to family in Poland. Instead I have stranded myself away from family and friends on an island. All is well though because I am finding support networks at my uni and through meeting new friends. I really hope classes at school will continue next year, online teaching has not been the most exciting or engaging.

1 people found this helpful

E
Ethan
20 Mar 21

MSc Chiropractic

University rating (5)
Tell us about your overall university experience so far.

The university exceeds itself by making sure our learning is first. Any Conner or worry is dealt with by people that understand and know how to help and you will never be short on resources, meaning you can push your learning ahead of the curb! The students are supportive too and because it is a small university everyone knows everyone, and if you don't everyone is willing to meet new people.

S
Scott
19 Mar 21

Sport, Exercise and Health Science BSc (Hons)

University rating (4)
Tell us about your overall university experience so far.

My experience so far has been a strange but exciting one. The university have gone through great effort to get online and face to face teaching the best standards as possible.

D
Declan
19 Mar 21

MSc Sport and Exercise Psychology

University rating (4)
Tell us about your overall university experience so far.

Since joining this year for my masters on what is the first year that the course has been run, lecturers have been great, content has been great and the communication between students and the university regarding covid and the constantly changing situation that we have found ourselves in has been excellent. Whilst it has not been possible to meet many students at the Uni socially there have been many social events run over zoom to get involved with and I feel they have made the best of an unprecedented situation.

K
Kylie
19 Mar 21

Chiropractic MChiro

University rating (4)
Tell us about your overall university experience so far.

Although covid has massively changed how I thought this year has gone, my uni have still managed to organise events and give me a sense of university student life

M
MT
09 Aug 21

Chiropractic MChiro

University rating (1)
Tell us about your overall university experience so far.

Overall, the experience as a student at AECC has been very poor. The institution is just another money hungry institution doing whatever they can to make a dollar while giving as little back to there students. Its no wonder a large portion of the teaching staff has quit after this year. I am ashamed of what this school has turned into and would never suggest any aspiring chiropractor attend this institution. The money we paid for this education compared to what we received has been horrendous. Last year (2020) students missed over 35 hours of practical class (a value of roughly 2000 pounds) without any compensation. Furthermore, Year 4 students were only offered a handful of practical classes to aid their learning through the clinical experience, many of which ended up being cancelled due to various scheduling errors.

CB
Christopher Burr
20 Mar 21

Chiropractic MChiro

University rating (5)
Tell us about your overall university experience so far.

This is my second year. I did work experience 10 years ago at the collage and the rate this university is improving its facilities for students is unbelievable. As a student I think this is a really valuable course for the local area to.

S
Sydney
20 Mar 21

Chiropractic MChiro

University rating (3)
Tell us about your overall university experience so far.

Tutors are supportive This last year has been less so Loss of communication across the university body. Is apparent when talks with head of school, governing body and tutors Timetabling has always been an issue, release of timetables, release of results and receiving correct results The uni has changed a lot since the time I have started. How it is now is not what why I decided to go to this uni

wusca logo

Whatuni Student Choice awards