Good and help there when you need it
To be honest I've not looked
Mostly fun and engaging
Good but busy
Uni has been great, there's always something to do or someone to speak to
I have time to ask in seminars
I share a room with people I don't really get on with I can't move
Great, computers are fast everything is up to date
There is everything clubs, coffee, cinema, shops
Excellent - I do cheer. It has been the best part of uni
I have a tutor I can talk to any time
They didn't have the right food that was on the menu
They are updated with social media
Enjoying meeting new friends
Been taken on site visits to improve CV
Never been in SU
Clean toilets/ canteen
Very central near places to eat / bars
Overall my university experience has been fantastic. Obviously there's been moments where stress catches you up and you worry about deadlines, exams etc but its been the best years of my life so far. I've made amazing friends, I'm in a course that I love, I'm given so many opportunities to explore what the uni has to offer and I can't imagine myself anywhere else.
They offer fantastic placements and erasmus exchange opportunities as well as graduate programs for a wide range of industries. You may also have the opportunity to work for the uni through student mentoring or student ambassador work.
The best thing about the engineering courses is the variety of ways to learn. Lectures give you the bulk of the theory but you get the chance to apply this theory in labs and workshops and well as the tutorials. The way the class times are divided up aren't the best since some modules don't have practical sessions or long enough tutorials.
I'm not involved with the students union but they are always running events with different societies and clubs such as pub quizzes, movie nights etc
The university facilities are great. The canteen and cafes have a wide range of food on offer to suit everyones dietary requirements. Lifts are all over the uni for anyone to use should they need to. Gender neutral toilets are available.
City life is fantastic. As someone who grew up living in very rural places it's great to be able to nip out for necessities without having to plan out everything. There are so many restaurants to choose from for a range of occasions as well as free days out at museums. Shopping is great and honestly way better than Edinburgh/Stirling/Dundee combined.
Not involved in clubs and societies.
The support offered by GCU is amazing. Any issues with coursework or deadlines can be discussed with lecturers/tutors without judgement. GCU also have an advice centre that offer confidential advice for a wide range of topics as well as offering free sanitary products and condoms.
I have enjoyed my time at the uni massively and would happily do it again. The people you meet here are some of the most interesting and nice people I’ve ever come across.
The careers centre help massively with cv reviews and tips for interview
They give me the opportunity to plan my own study times. However this can be a negative for unorganised students
They do a lot of work to help every student feel represented
The facilities here are first class
It’s the centre of Glasgow so everything you need is nearby
The support is perfect. I have had help from the counselling staff and it is the only reason I am still here
Need more areas to SA between classes
Overpriced and not a student union
There is little