Library is fab, not used anything else.
Don't live local.
Module leader and supervisor helpful.
It was fantastic studying here, I had the opportunity to learn my subject with understanding of all its dimensions, the facilities were as per need of international student,
Their career counselling department covers every aspect to help student to become a better professional
I loved the fact that course is up to need of market.
They are cooperative
academically they are excellent
They are great
They are excellent in that
I’ve had a really good experience at Ljmu and this is my 4th year here as I completed my undergraduate course here also. I feel the standard of teaching is very good and the support I have been given over the years has been most helpful. Sometimes i feel i could hve had better accommodation though and i should have joined a sporting society.
Relating the lectures to real life experiences as most of my time is spent on placement, so what we learn in University we can apply directly to our teaching.
I think the student union are good.
Could be more modern but overall they’re very good.
IM marsh campus is quite a distance from where I live and the city centre, around about 20-25 minute drive.
Very good support.
Total sham/money pit, lecturers are clueless. I'm moving on to do a MA elsewhere (obviously) I had to scrape through a 2:1 because this was basically a self taught degree with a load of work. Lecturers don't want to answer questions, it was impossible to book in to see anyone and when you do they're rude and dismissive. I would give anything to pick my undergrad uni again - can't believe I just wasted so much time and money in to a company who do not care. Worst "education" I've ever experienced, "higher learning" they are not - they just took my money and pushed me towards nervous breakdown in the process.
In terms of living in the city and meeting new people it has been fantastic. Nightlife in the city is amazing along with the people here. I feel more as if Im living independently and working more hours than actually being in uni itself with is disappointing. I was really falsely sold uni for a start and now im trapped. Dropping out has crossed my mind as an apprenticeship is honestly a much better option with a wage, actual hours of studying, dept free with a guaranteed job.
paying a full tuition fee of £9,250 to only have 6 hours of teaching a week. Only if the lectures actually go for the full 2 hours, this being rarely.
Unfortunately there is no club in my chosen sport, this also lacking me in the chance of getting a scholarship
library is easily assessable, we have very little time in labs throughout both semesters. Roughly 8 hours through the teaching term.
Liverpool is a fantastic city, great nightlife, atmosphere and people. Pulled down a bit due to the mass amounts of people unfortunately becoming homeless.
Non uni clubs in my chosen sport, joined a local club.
Great social aspect
Careers zone very helpful, job fairs
Very interesting lectures, but not much extra activities, e.g. trips to labs would have been good
Student bar/social space would be great
Very welcoming, awlays fix problems, put on fun socials - Ablety house
Shocking. Given my time again, I would not touch LJMU with a barge pole it is an absolute disgrace from top to bottom. Poorly run, poor communication, no student councilling just a money pit.
I feel alone and failed by the Education Department at LJMU. My school is great and so are the staff. My tutor never turns up to meetings, my feedback is neutral as there is no support and if it wasn't for the staff at my school I would have gone home to Northern Ireland. A one star place at best.
There is no teaching, staff do not turn up to lectures or school observations. The courses are almost entirely self taught as there is very little contact.
A WASTE OF TIME AS THESE ARE JUST OUT FOR THE BOOZE.
A disgrace with noise, cold, dirt and abusive behaviour allowed. LJMU do't care about students they just want our money.
Shocking, the library is big but staff allow noisy students to behave poorly in there.
Liverpool clubs rock
Shocking. This establishment is a n advert to create poor states of mental health in students.
Most of the modules are beneficial but some are self-taught and for the most of the week, I am not in university at all
Careers 26/7 support and a big careers centre are a plus
+ Lecturers are helpful and approachable - A few do not show up before final year - no tutor contact time
Next to no facilities. Never hear from them
Loads of computers in uni but hardly any for my course in the library
Liverpool is awesome at night
Played American football in 1st year loads of choice
Academic - Excellent and timely Personal - Tried student support in first year. Unresponsive
I love the careers zone and placement support unit. I got a 52 week placement and scholarship through the uni
Most lecturers are great, a small number of them are awful
I think in terms of representation it is good but facilities not so much
My first year accommodation was good, I live in St Andrews now which is expensive for the state of the flat I am in
Mostly good but a few of the lab instruments have been broken when I have come to use them
I am finally starting to enjoy Liverpool as a City, it is just small
I've never been in a club or society but there seems to be a good list to choose from
Personally, I feel I've always received the support I need. When I need it
Fun and engaging - relevant and interesting to the field I intend to work in
Excellent career zone helpful with work placements
Lecturers always open to talk enthusiastic in teaching
SU is ever present in the representation
Constant and readily available support