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Overall, this year has been a horrible year for everyone regarding the pandemic. But having said that, this years level of teaching has been awful. I did a foundation year last year at my university and comparing the level of teaching with both years, this year fails and I feel like I haven’t learnt much as what I should have. Zoom calls are good, but it’s very unprofessional when tutors speak about their pets all the way throughout the zoom call. Especially when they are constantly barking. This years learning has been far beyond a joke and have not been worth the fees we have to pay.
I’m only in first year so, I’m assuming going into the next years their will be a lot of support and guidance with this.
Having studied online this year due to the pandemic has been awful. The level of teaching is no where near as good as being in class or at lectures. Tutors are not very focused on the class. Too busy with their pets and their dogs barking the whole time being on zoom.
I am a dyslexic student and the support given to me has been the best support I have ever been given. I am a mature student, and was only diagnosed with dyslexia being at my university. The support have been so good and has helped me so much.
The overall experience at the university was a bit disappointing. Despite the departmental staff’s efforts to make our experience as positive and worth the money as they could, it fell short of it. Online teaching cannot compare to face to face teaching, you do not get the same experience, are most likely to turn off your camera and leave the room, feel less motivated being isolated from peers, and you are less likely to ask a question that if you were in a face to face setting.
They have provided several services in this regard
Lecturers have done all they can to make online teaching as effective and enjoyable as they can and I appreciate them for that. However, I will say that there is an age gap between them and us students so trying to be cool and appeal to us is only going to work so much
We are fortunate to have a variety of services and facilities easily accessible through a booking system for easy to navigate, the equipment is high tech
Lecturers do try to be as supportive and helpful as they can, but it is mostly down to the students to take the initiative and ask for guidance as they cannot force their help upon students that do not ask for it
I have enjoyed my time at the university. I have learnt a lot of new skills and been given the opportunity to progress on the skills i already obtained. I have made many new friends and i have grew a channel of networking in order to progress my education and make my stamp in the working world.
They talk about it however not much is done to help us access this. This could be because of the pandemic however i do wish more was done.
I think they have done the best the could given the circumstances. They have offered a lot of extra help and extended deadline and extension.
Easy to access during pandemic if correct procedure is followed! Clean facilities in which i feel safe.
They are quick to respond and always make sure we are aware of support groups and mentors.
Not a fan. Wish i had gone to a different university. Don't make the same mistake as me and come here!! Only thing i liked about my whole experiences were all the nice people i met.
Absolutely hate my course. The department don't care about you individually, basically just a number to them. I've repeatedly asked for help and they've refused as they're 'too busy'. I don't recommend this course at all.
they try to be as involved as possible
Middle of nowhere but nice area
Personal is alright, the counselling is only drop in can't just make an appointment and the tutors in psychology are awful, they never have time for me and give terrible feedback.
Make more options
They have got everything
Yes it's good for all the students
it has been fun, enjoying my course and my halls are nice - activities going on and nice people. looking forward to another two and a bit years left at university
Opportunities for CV building
Not a huge amount of extra help for maths- most lectures are great
Some societies advertised don't exist
It has been good so far just need to continue to help students achieve their dreams
It would be good if they helped us with work experience in the first year
The lecturers make sure we understand everything
Very good variety of sports
It has been mostly positive
The career advisers often do lectures
Some make it interesting but sometimes not
There are good facilities here
Yes it is central to everything
I have loved my time at Liverpool Hope and have made so many brilliant memories
There are plenty of job opportunities + uni can build your CV
information is interesting & delivered well
Good distance with multiple buses to the city
A really good number of different societies where you can meet people outside your course
There is always someone to talk to from mental health and wellbeing course tutors