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
Would recommend Falmouth to all
Great links to industry
Studio is open all day but around 20 hours per week
Rubbish SU compared to other unis
Fiorst year was great but in general housing is quite expensive
Penryn Campus is good, Falmouth Campus lacks a bit
I live right next to uni which is great
So much to get involved with
Never used it but I've heard it's good
Not great, don't like falmouth but staying for my course
Not great occasional decent event
Can be unorganised
Hard to join
very damb and dirty
Very good facilities
Difficult to find time with uni work as well
Maybe needed a clearer structure/guidelines
Pretty, reasonable compared to most places
Pretty good, I like being by the sea
Need more martial arts clubs
I have had my ups and downs but overall I love this university and I'm going to miss it.
My course prepares me but we don't really hear much from other parts of uni
I love my course. It's fun and welcoming and majority of the lecturers are really supportive
I'am a course department rep so I have lots of contact with the SU
I have a very good house but some times have issues with the estate agents
Quite good - everything easy to find. Toilets are a bit rubbish
I chose this uni because I liked how it was a small seaside town
I know there's lots of choices but I do not attend any
I have had many feedback sessions with my course which is great. But wellbeing does not help at all. There have been a few times where I have been struggling and not received help
Been really gucci mucci!!
I love it
Deep & close but bit of damp
Hard to borrow electronics
Seems good so far
Not heard of any job prospects yet but it's only just new
Small class, get loads of advice, tutors are really good!
Very very expensive; location is okay
No iPads available on mycourse
Lots of societies and sport which is great! Not enough mini buses
Having a brilliant time, very much enjoying myself
Very likely in my field of work
It's quite an artsy course but I enjoy this
Haven't really come across them
We have an open workshop with up-to-date technology
20 min walk from town. 20 min walk from accommodation.
There are multiple societies like surfing, basketball etc.
The uni could be more beneficial with support
I have really enjoyed and would recommend the uni despite a few flaws
The course prepares me for job opportunities but I don't feel the university does.
I feel I have a lot of time to the course and I really enjoy it
don't really know what goes on and I only really hear about negative
it is a good stable house in good location, slightly on the expensive
The facilities here are very good. The main issue I have is how slow action is taken on things
I love the location of Falmouth and the fact there are not too many people
While I don't actively participate myself, I know there is a wide variety
While I'm not hugely involved, when I have needed help the uni has supported me.
Very enjoyable, still trying yo find the right balance between going out and doing work however
Very early in course - bit premature at this stage to honestly answer.
I like the challenging approach the course has, although I feel like I'd like to be taught a bit more (skills etc.)
Haven't really been involved - am not on Penryn campus frequently
Yes, is about a 15 minute walk away from most amenities of that
Very good - I partake in tennis, basketball, and football - would like a DJ/mixing society though
Adequate, sort of feel you are left to your own devices and haven't really done anything that requires feedback thus far
It's been though
Not really known for being helpful
private is the best of all eril
It's near Asda, which helps