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Nice community, a lot of nice facilities. Food quality could be improved. Student Union focus and funding is prioritised for sports clubs and societies, to the detriment of other societies.
Excellent course staff, very supportive. Not necessarily just course specific but the system for requesting deadline extensions is practically bad.
It would be nice if the wifi reached my room
The lectures are the best, but it was kind of annoying that a load of modules got cut for second year.
Best is campus and friendly staff on my course. Worse is lack of mental wellbeing support.
Friendly and approachable professors. Film side is very lacking in equipment and training.
The best aspects is the teaching is good and all the physical activities are conducted there is also online option Worst aspects is the online student's don't have much options and kinda feel ignored sometimes
Our group tutor give only short meetings and is not much informative
The best part is the social life. The union put on a lot of events to try new things and there are many societies to go try out. The worst part is the way my course is run, despite work being clearly defined at start of course, it feels like the teachers are making it up as they go. Especially with assignments.
The best part is being able to meet like-minded people whether its in a lecture or a group project. The worst part is the workload. Teachers set too much work and don't cooperate to make the workload easier
The best part is it has a good campus and lovely people around, we can have fun at different events. The worst aspect can be the teachers don't help sometimes, they don't explain things that clearly as it used to be in my country.
Course is very interesting, it has multiple modules. The best part is the labs to get more understanding of the concept. The worst can be that we never had much idea of the assignment yet we did it on our own without any help. I think we should get help rather than surfing the internet
The university provides decent social activities during the week. Online learning isn't the best as you don't feel as engaged as in-person lectures
The facilities provided are amazing especially the workshop Online learning is not the greatest because you dont feel as engaged.
Best is the social life however there is no night life in Uxbridge and instead you have to go far away for that. The worst part is online delivery of lectures and the lack of washing machines that actually work. That needs to be desperately improved.
The worst is online learning and some lecturers are not exactly there for you to help. Furthermore some lecturers are difficult to understand. The best bit is group work where you meet new people
I enjoy studying at Brunel because I find the content provided in the modules interesting and I enjoy the seminars because of how interactive they are. In terms of improvements, I think more support could be provided when it comes to revision guides for exams
I enjoy going to the in person lectures but do not enjoy the online ones as much. I believe it’s easier to learn in person
There should be more student events, things like events planned themed nights.
Lecturers are nice but some of the modules are a bit boring.
Showers water isn’t that warm. Someone drilled a hole into my bathroom wall while fixing the boilers.