Careers lecture was cancelled. Not heard of a reschedule?
Very little seating
Careers lecture cancelled
Clean, could be more seating
Central to travel links
Loads of options
Very little seating
Good so far. Enjoy the facilities. Heard the classes become less every year - so hope my tuition goes to good use.
Some weeks less than 15
Lectures knowledgeable, well organised
Central for Glasgow, good motorway & transport links
Generally quite good and enjoyable
Never used it
Counselling is very good
Overall, coming from college to uni has been a very pleasant experience. I have received all the help I need from the uni and I am able to get support easily. I am enjoying my course too.
I am signed up with the careers office and receive emails about vacancies and opportunities. You can also make an appointment to see someone at the office for help regarding work.
What I like most is the amount of hours a week of classes. What I like least is the amount of help given for certain assignments.
Very good, I use the gym and library.
Yes, very close.
Not a very large variety of societies, not many creative socities relating to music or photography.
Good academic support, you can make an appointment with your personal tutor easily and get feedback. The uni also provide personal services.
only in uni one day a week due to the course that I am on but ive enjoyed it so far and it has been easy to get on with everyone on the course. enjoying the whole experience so far
had a few emails regarding employability but already have a job in the field of my degree
some classes are very engaging whereas others are the opposite. just depends on the lecturer
also haven't used them
haven't had a chance to explore them but look to be decent
yeh nearly in the centre of Glasgow
haven't had the chance to explore them
feedback and help from lecturers has been good. haven't had to use any personal support
It is a lot of work and a lot of stress, but you are all in it together, and at the end of the day the uni wants you to do well and succeed. Some of the lecturers are really inspiring.
There is a careers advice centre that I intend to use closer to when I graduate to help prepare me for my subject specific application process. They had a careers fair for us, but unfortunately it was when I had classes timetabled.
My course has a "flipped learning" approach, where they give you the materials to look at before your classes and then you should build on your knowledge in Uni. This has good and bad points, it means you can take control of your own learning sort of and try and understand things in a way that works for you. But it can sometimes be overwhelming and you can worry that you haven't picked up something right, and classes can sometimes be a bit of a waste of time going over what you've already done.
Our student Union seems to do a lot in terms of campaigns and getting things done. Especially, getting rid of graduation fees, that is a big bonus.
The Uni gym is a really good price and has classes as well as equipment but unfortunately no pool, so I use somewhere else. There is one main food place that has a fairly good variety of stuff, but it can be difficult to find a seat and the staff can be a bit off. There are a number of coffee places which makes okayish drinks, but I prefer to go somewhere in town instead, they also do toasties and snacks. The library is handy, but can be difficult to get a computer seat, and people are not great at sticking to the silent floor rules., it would be nice to have some windows to when you're stuck in there for long periods of time.
In the centre of town so close to pretty much everything and loads of travel connections, but not so handy for big supermarkets,
I am not currently a member of any societies or sports clubs any more as I don't have time with Uni snd Work. But, there is a fair variety of things to do and the ability to start your own society if you wanted.
There are a lot of academic workshops about different studying and writhing skills, that are really good, they also offer a one-to one drop in service. There is a counselling service but like most places there is a long waiting list, there is also mental health advisors for people with a pre-existing mental health condition. These services also run workshops. Everyone has a personal tutor who is your main point of contact.
Good support for post graduate study, tutors can work around you and your schedule with employment. This course supports my ongoing professional development and evidence based practice
Mixed approach, fits around my career and can be done online
Unsure, never used or joined as i am a post graduate student working full time and studying part time