Tutors only use PP. Easy to fall out of the lecture
Need more modern benches and maybe spends boards
Very enjoyable and informative
Working in on site Clinic
Lots of connections available
Union facilities could be improved
Gym could be improved
Would be good to have more clubs
It has improved this year
Not many clubs/societies
Very pleased, apart from the occasional lack of organisation. Always room for improvement
Good all-round - lots of contact hours, but also good pastoral support and social opportunities
Job fairs, seminars etc. Business units.
Lectures, but also tutorials where you get more time with the tutors. Lots of practical - good.
Lots of representation - LGBT/Mental Health etc. Good social aspect.
Good toilets etc. Canteen expensive. Poor sports facilities although gym is okay
Boscombe is quiet itself, but has a few good eateries. Bournemouth has a lot of bars etc. Clubs are okay.
Very good- apart from for a nibble here and there
Plenty to choose from
Good, love practicals, observations in clinic and studying in study groups
I haven't noticed
Some are not explaining well
I think they do a good job
Good but now running out of places to study, library full
I like Bournemouth, however Boscombe is not my favourite
Nice in Bournemouth
Boscombe bars = ew
I guess its good, I however haven't used it much. Student services help w/ writing reports which is really good
Great atmosphere amongst staff and students.
Yes, guarantee a job after graduation
Good amount of lectures but need more practical contact hours
They don't engage as much as they used to
Needs more updating
Barely any societies or clubs for everyone
Needs more taught and consideration into students needs
Some are taught really well, often just read word by word off their slides
Food very expensive, not enough study/ practice space, cafeteria too small, not enough tutors, bad students - tutor ratio