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
I loved almost everything here, the only issue I had was the blended learning. If only covid didn’t exist, this wouldn’t have been much of a problem. Other than that, I had a great time
It was an honour learning for some of the great minds in the university. Not only did we learn about different stuffs, we gained a lot of knowledge along the way as well. Things were well taught and we even had a great bond along with the lecturers
London campus is just a building and in a tight space but have all the facilities ,someone coming to enjoy college life would be restricted between four walls, It could be improved to have more space and free food
My course was blended and everything went according to the plan which is laid ahead of the curriculum
Being an international student entails travelling to the another country and exploring it. Obtaining a degree enhances your career opportunities, but it is not the only advantage of attending university. Your degree will not only provide you with the technical knowledge for your dream job, but it will also teach you the necessary soft skills to thrive in the workplace. This ability to communicate with others will have been developed at university if you were required to give presentations at some point during your studies. It helps to improve your ability to interact with others face to face. At university, you'll have met a large number of people, many of whom come from very different backgrounds than your own which helps you to gain knowledge more. University has developed a lot more things in myself and I am glad for that.
The courses teach you the fundamental principles of expert HR managers, such as leadership, marketing, and communication skills. It aids in the improvement and motivation of employee performance. And, personally, I found all of the courses to be very informative and interesting.
It's a great place to study which gives us a good atmosphere inside and outside the university. And the staff are very pleasant and kind. They are encouraging the students in their academic and career life. Even if it's small, it gave a very good book to read....that's our library.
All the courses are taught in student-friendly manner and with time punctuality. the staff always helps students to submit their assignment on time by giving good feedback to get a high score.
Bad Staff, teaching quality low.
Bad Course, not very challenging and intellectually stimulating.
Small university, staff know everyone by name, it's super personal and comfortable to bring any issues or questions forward. The student union could be improved, I know many larger universities have clubs and sports, and I would like to see a uni yoga club or anything that has sports.
Large coverage of different parts of the fashion industry, I truly feel like this course covered everything, amazing study/life balance, you can work full time and study, I love it. The course was on campus on first year, after covid it was online in parts, and later in a hybrid model, I loved how fast they adapted
Super central, easy access, Shoreditch is right next to it, where you can truly experience London's Fashion.
The lecturers and the module structure. However, upon my arrival in this class at the beginning of the semester, I had 2 different sets of expectations. I thought this class would show me all my possibilities and open my eyes to which major I should declare. I did not know how exactly this would happen, but I do not teach at a university. My second thought was that I would not learn anything; that this class would cover basic academic success solutions and strategies that had been preached throughout all my years in high school. Either way, I expected this class to slide by, and do well with little to no effort. I made a lot of assumptions about this class, before even looking at the syllabus, or attending a class. One of them was how easy this class would be; I figured it would be an easy A. In this I was wrong, this class was not at all as easy as I had expected. I had to work significantly harder than I planned. There were many more projects and assignments that I had not accounted for. Even though I had expected the class to be easier, I was able to quickly adjust. I enjoyed this class, even though it require significantly more effort than I had expected. The classroom was a very comfortable environment. I felt respected, and that I could be open about my thoughts with the people in the class. Most of the people were really nice, and I enjoyed meeting them. They reciprocated the same respect and openness as I did, and I really appreciated that. I also found that many people in this class are really interesting and cool people. I am hoping that before summer term is over I have built a foundation of friendship with almost all of them, and see that they are part of my circle of friends after I leave this class. If I were to give advice to incoming college students, I would definitely tell them to make friends with some residents on campus and higher-level students who can help them with learning about college things, like how to get around, tricks and tips about living college life right, how to find good scholarships and maybe get their notes, or textbooks for cheap or free. I would also recommend that they take syllabi seriously because as useless as they were in high school. College students rely heavily on them because the professors make them so the students do not need to ask as many questions. On top of those 2 pieces of advice, it will be crucial for them to learn how to manage their time efficiently. Get Access
The best aspect of the course is the structure, content, and learning resources available for support. Another aspect is the support and talent team which provide working experience opportunities available to students and set up events that help for self-development including setting up workshop in various areas to help enhance student life. Finally, the well-being team also provides a lot of support that is beyond imagination to help tailor your experience whiles ensuring you are in good health to progress smoothly. The worst would be with financial access to international students during the covid season.
Best part is it is centrally located in the heart of the city. Good infrastructure, class rooms are big and bright. Helpful staff and good facilities.
Course is blended learning which is the best thing. More emphasis towards theoretical approach and less towards practical one. Course is 80% finance and 20% trading.
It's location is best as it is centrally located which means students living any where can come to university. Also next to the Liverpool station and surrounded by various markets makes it as an ideal location.
The best part is the staff which is highly professional and helpful. The worst part was pandemic as it was not University's fault and I did not enjoy qnd learned as per my expectations . Overall I am not satisfied with the location of University coz whenever (very few time) i visited university for meetings (final year thesis) I struggled to get into the right place or room .
I love my school