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I have found leeds trinity amazing, although i wish that there were more things to do on campus (especially more societies), in terms of learning my course is excellent and i love my accommodation so first year has been great so far.
The facilities are good. There is a great library with 24 hour services and there is great disability and mental health support.
Our feedback for essays etc is excellent i feel that the tutors are very critical but in a good way where i can learn from my mistakes. There are always open hours and they are very responsive to emails with any questions i may have. The counselling and disability facilities are great i have heard good things about them.
There student union is great, they keep on top of student life very well. Again, wish there were more things to do on campus though
The accommodation is right by the actual uni and its facilities which is amazing and we are quite close to the city centre for shopping purposes.
There is not a great variety in societies i wish there were more options but in terms of sports there are a lot of choices in that field
I love that most of my course is taught as seminars so they are extremely interactive and it is a great place to meet new people and have valuable discussions about the course and topics
I am pleasantly surprised at how good my uni is with helping with placements and career opportunities. I feel that i am in safe hands.
Hard to adjust to at first as i had a 2 year gap year so was apprehensive to start, but now i have settled in i feel more at ease both socially and academically
Good, they provide us with a student hub and the counselling facilities are advertised thoroughly
Good and well represented
Very close and easy to get to
Not enough options
I like the inclusion of group discussions, and i dislike lecturers using too many videos during lectures
Lots of placement opportunities
it’s been a very new experience for me, i’ve had to be very independent which can be lonely but overall i’ve met a lot of new people and i am enjoying myself. However i would say to future student don’t go to uni just to move out and make friends because there are easier ways to do it, but do it because you enjoy your course
my university is quite small and i like this as i do photography the studio isn’t taken up by too many people and is very accessible
very good and i feel comfortable being able to email any of my tutors about work, and when i am unable to attend uni as long as i email them they are very understanding
it’s a nice area it’s quite small which i like however there could be room for improvement
it isn’t too bad i have to commute by bus or train to get to uni, however when i am at uni there aren’t very many shops or food places locally
my university has a lot of societies and sport teams and are well supported
i like the freedom of being able to interpret my briefs in my own way and being creative, i don’t like seminars when i don’t do any work and just get spoken at
my course very much encourages you to find a placement and helps with improving cvs, there’s lots of support
On the whole positive and would recommend for postgrad. Would find the uni a bit small for me personally as an undergraduate although the students union do seem to put on a lot of events
Good. Library great and sports centre good too. Wish there was a pool
Learning hub useful haven’t used much else
Lovely food and clean area. Staff are welcoming
The convenience of being able to drive and the proximity to home was one of the main reasons why I chose it
Good considering it’s a small uni on a campus
The course tutor is very organised and lectures are good but a massive cluster of assignments around Christmas was hard
I think this is an area of development. In some undergraduate courses it seems really well resources but not a lot of information for the MSc conversion apart from the advice is to do another masters after
I have had a really good experience so far. I have settled in well and would suggest other students to get to know their lecturer and peers so that they can have a good time at uni
They have a lot available
They have a lot to offer
There isn’t many good food places around. You have to travel to get to places
The long days aren’t very good The lectures are small which is good to get help from the lecturer
They have sessions to work towards getting a good placement
So far my experience has been amazing. Not only the learning but meeting new people and having loads of fun. Being at this university has bee great the student union always offers fun activity’s
The uni has all options to support the students and I find it very easy to gain support when needed
The accommodation is on the university campus so it is easy to get to everyday. There is a Morrison’s in the town and little shops that are found useful.
10/10 the uni offers many sports facilities, Evan a gym,
I like the topics and modules but sometimes the slides are to long and bits hard to keep interest.
The university provide support if you would like to get a job and also for placements
It has been really good. Had the zuppor to need, passing and made many friends. Definitely get involved with the societies as you meet many other people just like I did running Disney Society.
They are good and all are disability accessible.
The counselling service is massively improved. And the feedback is good and we take it all in to improve.
It is great.
Yes it is right in campus and we can get a shuttle bus into the Horsforth Town.
There are many types of sports for different people and all abilities.
We get both placements and lectures. Plus seminars and assignment specific lectures.
We have a careers apartment. They offer work placements which is great as it is every year for a good few weeks.
It’s been good, I have had the support I have needed. I also had mitigating circumstances this was granted and put me at ease whilst I was recovering. I was also provided with optional support one to ones with my tutors. It’s nice because you are not just a number because of the capacity of the university. It really enhances the university experience!
Good apart from library books are a little low for all students
Counselling available and other support with person tutors etc
It’s a little commute, but I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else it’s close to the town centre
Gyms close to town centre
All good it’s just lectures can be boring that is all, attention span when they are close together.
It’s really focused on this. CV workshops, numerous workshops to interact and create these employable skills. Also placement is compulsory on my course, which develops skills. Amazing for those who have never worked before.
My University experience has been amazing, I've always felt like I know my tutors and they know me. My placements have been amazing and I've always known where to turn regarding any help needed.
The facilities at my university are really good, the main one I have used is the gym which is good quality for the price .
The support is really good at Leeds Trinity there is always someone to talk to about any problems and you form good relationships with tutors. The feedback provided on all assignments is also always beneficial
I've never actually used the student union but have received regular emails throughout my time at University to let me know where and when they're available if needed which is really good.
The university is in a great location compared to my accommodation it is a 4 min train journey. The surrounding area to the University is more family orientated which is actually quite nice as it is a quiet safe area to travel to.
Really good, there is a variety of different societies and sports teams to join that are easily accessible.
I like how the lectures are also accessible online and we are provided with hand outs which gives you options on how to make notes in that lecture. I don't like that certain lectures can feel like you're just being taught straight from a powerpoint.
The placement team at my University are very helpful they do their best to accommodate you to a placement that you'd enjoy and if not you are fine to choose your own placement, which I also like.
Amazing so far and I’m extremely happy with my choice and can’t wait for the next three years of my academic studies. Nothing negative to comment about.
The is lots of support in all areas
The facilities are really good and haven’t had enough experience to comment on representation
Only issue to access to super markets but it isn’t a major issue
I wish there were more societies
I wish the was more contact hours with my lectures but the context is good
It makes a large effort