The annual Whatuni Student Choice Awards (WUSCAs) highlight the incredible work carried out by institutions for their students. Due to Covid restrictions, this year’s awards were not collected on uni campuses as usual, but instead based on submissions from institutions, which were then judged by our special student panel.
2021 WUSCA winners
I think I would have preferred going into university as I can meet my class mates and lecturers and have a more engaged time. My lecturers have been fantastic despite virtual learning as they have been doing the best they can. The university keeps us updated with announcements and offers support during this difficult time.
They provide events and seminars to help network with employers
The course is taught online at the moment due to the university being closed. I would prefer being at uni but I understand the reasoning behind the virtual learning.
N/A as I have not visited my university due to the pandemic, but I am excited to finally study on campus!
I have been contacted by the student services due to my disability and they are always looking out and my tutor is great also.
Overall experience is Rubbish To anyone reading this review I was hoping it would give you some insight into how my experience. I would say my experience at many times has been far worse than the 1 star given. I would encourage students, to look at other training providers instead. For students booking themselves onto their courses, look out for their terms and conditions if you do book courses with them as they can be quite unfavourable.
Zero Job prospects
The RATING must be A BIG FAT 0 I advice you to avoid avoid! However it doesn’t open. Not to mention you can’t even do exams in it! If I knew this before I would not have spent my money on them. If you can avoid them by all means.
GIVE YOUR RATING* MUST BE ZERO
Zero Student support
It’s definitely a nightmare honestly Yes, I suffered emotionally, mentally and physically. It is definitely not a University to attend any how. Look up all your options and choose wisely. It will prevent you from all the stress and suffering that I went through and the course is not free. As a home student I was given the opportunity to finish the whole course or come out halfway. Believe me, I decided to come out halfway and they still want the full fee of the courses and terms that I did not do. Not the best experience.I will never go back to BPP University to study ever again.
I had my own job before joining the course But still they failed me
The teaching team were great every else was like talking to a brick wall. There’s no support and no one is ever there for you
Not enough of staff And no one to help when you are in trouble
It was definitely tough, who do you go to when you need help. There’s no one there!!!!! I regretted going to that university
Personal support was the hardest There was nothing
my overall experience at this uni is horrible, just to think you are paying £9000 fees at a university for your education yet there is no facilities or support for students. Students needs computers, printers, study rooms, libraries , computer rooms, support from tutors to do their work but there is none of this at all. The staff are very unprofessional and would not recommend anyone to go and study nursing at this university at all. please look for a place elsewhere.
no effort at and l would nevr recommend anyone to go at this university please
Nothing to like the staff are unprofessional and the teachers dont even know what they are doing when you go placements the placement books are very difficult to understand for mentors and the staff are not supportive at all.
There is no facilities provided at RDASh university for students at all, no computers, printers, library and we only have one room which is used for both seminars and lectures without windows. If you want to print, or use computers you have to visit public services or internet cafes.
there is no university but the room at RDASH hospital location is near the city centre easy to access
there is no support for students at all, tutors always changes every semester and they are very unprofessional
Please think twice before you enroll in BPP University. By far, it is the worst university I have ever seen in UK. They have the worst management team that do not handle student progression/ issues/ academic matters well. The staff are rude and irresponsible. They do not care about student social welfare and academic matter. You can tell the staff turnover rate is relatively high. Student are often mistreated by the management team. The facility such as Computers, Book are not sufficient enough to provide for the student. They have only a few computer scatters across the campus in London. If you have studied in UK for long, you will know what i mean 'not only by numbers'. They have only a limited or rather a few good ACCA accountancy tutor in the university. They claimed themself to be the Platinum Provider for ACCA course with high passing rate for these exam. In reality, only a few student pass with flying colours. The rest would be need to retake the whole module (reattending the classes ) , repay for school fees and resit the papers (at your own cost). Which i personally believe thats how they make money and keep student. I would personally recommend for distance learning, there is no necessary to attend the university . The atmosphere in BPP University is nothing comparable to any other University that are listed in Guardian Ranking or The complete university ranking table.
Some of the tutors are quite experiences and willingly to share their expertise knowledge with students
They do not have enough computers to provide all students. The library is extremely small and it can be superb packed and dirty during exam periods.
It depends on which campus you join.
The administrative staff are superb rude to international students especially to student who first arrived in UK. I do not encounter such situation but I have witness how they mistreat other nationalities where 'English' is considered to be their second language. International support team are so irresponsible , do not uphold any professional demeanour in rectifying student personal issues. They failed to answer student query and often provide the false information or misinformed student. There are a few times that ACCA student were not allocated in the right examinations hall. Timetable not update in online portal. They do not informed student if there is any changes or replacement of the current Programme Officer.
My university experience is going well. The University has provided support to students commencing the LPC and they go far and beyond to make sure their students are comfortable and able to learn.
My university has a Careers centre and advertises employability oppprtunities on our virtual portal and by sending us emails of firms looking for students to join them.
I would prefer live lectures instead of online lectures but is sufficient and I have gotten used to it.
They are clean and there are many spaces where students can do their work and/or socialise.
I have studied in London for four years and I enjoy that there is a variety of things to do.
Excellent support. I am able to freely email tutors to ask any questions I may have.
Dreadful, if i had know that BPP would not follow their own procedures regarding the LLM solicitors program i would of gone to a different university. I should of been awarded the post graduate diploma in legal practice, not a transcript showing i have a "complete" which will not be taken seriously by employers.
BPP do have a careers service. They advertised that i could top-up my LPC to a masters degree in legal practice upon completing the legal practice course. I have had to resit one of the elective modules and since been told that i can no longer top-up and be awarded a masters degree. BPP have given me a transcript showing i have achieved a "complete" which will not be taken seriously by employers.
The online materials are good as they can be accessed at any time. There is limited classroom support available if you have to resit any exams.
BPP do have a library and classroom facilities for teaching
Ok for leeds city centre
When i finished the LPC i should of been awarded the post graduate diploma in law and been allowed to top-up to a masters degree in legal practice. BPP have not followed their own handbook and awarded me a grade of "complete" and informed me i cannot top-up to the LLM award which is unacceptable as i will have to go to another university to receive a masters degree.
Great learning. Teachers are very helpful & understanding. Fun environment. Lot's of support available. Career and professional orientated therefore helps release the prepare for the future.
Employability is the most important thing when looking at a University - and BPP University is top in that. When I went to interview saying I had a degree from BPP, the Partner interviewing me said he had one too and we instantly clicked - after that selling myself was the easy part.If you want to be taught by practitioners teaching practitioners - rather than researchers who don't care about you - then definitely choose BPP.
This is one of the best places where I enjoyed studying. tutors are very helpful and study material is great.