My overall university experience so far has been very good with meeting really lovely people within my accomidation to meeting new like minded people on my course. The work takes a bit of getting used to after A levels and a foundation however once you get into it it's really enjoyable and very useful.
As a first year student I've not experienced too much of this yet however we spend the first year trying to get our skills in a mind set where we dont go for the straight forward way of thinking.
My faviourite part about the course is how frequently there are lectures around to help with current projects and help you improve through out the week not just at crits. I'd have to say the part about the course I like the least is the 2 week projects, however I like how vast the projects we do are which wouldn't be possible without the 3 week projects withing first year.
The student union is really well run with events going on through out the year which most of the time are free or cost very little. The uni doesn't have a main facility to run events which means they go out of their way to put on activities in places around the city.
Although the university's small they have a lot of facilities such as print rooms, 3D workshops, computers and macs . There's also huge studo spaces, lecture theaters and a big libary!
The location of the accomidation is closer walking distance then the suggested 15 minutes but only takes less than 10 minutes. There's loads of amenities about such as wilko's round the corner aswell as Sainsburys being across the road and a Sainsburys local and tesco extra also beign just down the road.
The clubs and societies run through the actual university is limited, however there is the oppourtunity to join uea's clubs and societies if people wish too.
The support at the uni is good, the lectures are alwasy willing to help with frequent feedback. Although I've not experienced the personal support I know there are the people there to help if i need it for things such as housing and dyslexia testing
I have been there only for three months so far, but I find it complete; anything a student need is there. The course could be more complete for practical lesson that are almost missing.
university organize a range of session with different companies, connects you with them and update you with available jobs or contests
flexibility and knowledge, but we do not have many hours of practice lessons
very good, the library has many options and the mrc is well furnished. It is a good opportunity
Yes, the university is 15/20 min walk from my accomodation and is located inside the town. This allows me to make my grocery shopping after lessons!
There is a good variety of societies but they are usually attended by undergraduates
I never needed personal support, but I know is very helpful and many student are happy about it. Tutors are always open to have a chat and happy to help.
The uni does everything they can to support a career.
Cheap, convenient location and comfortable. Well maintained.
Enough to have fun but boring enough to stay focused on uni.
No interesting societies.
Good, safe, central
very small room
not seen any yet
Very useful, I've learnt a lot and can easily work sufficiently.
Work placements with big companies.
Too many students in lower years.
very good for organising events and improving uni.
Possibly too far. takes 30 minutes, annoying if I forget something.
Good, however we have to often share 1 machine (i.e. laser cutter)
Yes, most things are close.
There aren't that many that are structured.
Fantastic, constant feedback and emails.
10/10 has been perfect and I cant imagine being anywhere else. I moved across the country to come here.
Course is focused on employability to great affect.
Valuable skills are prioritised and grant is supported, mistakes encouraged!
Very happy with the nearby accom prices and the short walk in.
Great! could be even more though
Very good, only thing would be that it's not very easy to meet people outside of your course.
Course not very substantial in first year
Good but dislike how few workshops there are in animation/textiles/printing
Contact hours and expectations too low compared to cost.
Entire aspects of course dedicated to post-uni life.
The lecturers are amazing but contact hours are lacking.
haven't had any interactions with them
Norwich is rampant with homelessness
Limited in quantity, but good.
Right in the heart of Norwich, walking distance to everywhere.
Very limited in physical sports.
Tutors great skill, no personal experience.
Providers lectures on life after uni and how the course translates to reality and offer placements
Close to the city, means we have more access to more facilities
Decent variety to start with
Ensures we have access to any form of help.