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Supportive environment with endless opportunities for academic and personal development! I highly recommend this uni due to its attentions to detail and support towards students and their development.
It’s very well delivered and the seminar tutors and lecturers have a wide knowledge base with effective ways of engaging and delivering course content, however, we could do with more contact time and less independent study time as I feel a lot of the learning and development is made in the class when discussing with each other.
Safe and secure with reception staff on hand 24/7. The contracts could be slightly shorter as most people finish in May/Early June and we pay up until end of July.
Moving to nottingham from India was a big step for me and so far my experience with university and outside has been amazing. Nottingham is a great place to study because it has like an amazing amount of opportunities to have a social life as well as gain knowledge on different topics. The options are endless and NTU offers dozens of them , that it gets overwhelming at time due to the lack of time to try and be a part of all the facilities. Nottingham is always awake and alive may it be a random tuesday night or sunday evening , just never gets dull. As a girl i feel pretty safe here in the city center although Notts is knows for the second highest knife crime rate in UK, im confident to walk on my own even at 2 Am in the night , because its awake and lively even then. NTU has always given me soo many opportunities to become a part of soo many societies and take part in events. I have learnt how to make about 15 cocktails now from cocktail societ and made a ton of friends as well. The student union is always on the look out to bring in new games and events to keep us engaged and has been a great opportunity for me to socialize , network and make alot of friends around uni and in notts. I dont really see how it could be improved, maybe keep the starbucks open all night in the library , otherwise its all good and the highlight is the campus is situated in the city center which just makes everything even more easy to access . Loving it here since sepetember. Thank you :)
My course is taught in class for the most of it, as NTU has made sure that it is not super stressful with classes being conducted all week, at least for my course and has made time for students to b able to go to part-time and learn things outside uni for some on-hand experience. Contact with lecturers has been easy and every professor is very patient and understanding. They tend to our problems with kindness which is a must-have. My course modules have been built quiet well too, although since its just a semester/ 3 months i had access to business analytics i hoped they had focused on teaching us in one software till we got fully comfortable with it rather than trying to let us know about all softwares and not do alot related to it in class . In conclusion my experience with the course has been quiet good and i find the subject very interesting :)
The boots library is a great location for studying and its an amazing environment overall.
Taught mainly in-person but all lectures are recorded and put online which is very useful.
Nottingham accommodation can be expensive
the overall feeling. you feel like a student and you are surrounded by many like minded people. the university is exciting and youthful and very adamant on constant improvement. the location is great as it can sometimes be overwhelming to be in the city 24/7 but with the tram location and the variety of areas it easy to escape any overwhelming feelings
content and assessment could be distributed better. workload is very light from September - March and then extremely heavy from April - May/June. course hours/ lecture times are well managed and evenly distributed throughout the day
Best: Student life is amazing at NTU. Teaching is of an excellent standard. Fantastic location Worst: Facilities are not as good
best; well structured course, good content worst: facilities
Good halls, excellent location. Not great value for money
It is a very nice place, but societies sometimes are not that serious/ don't organise much events
There weren't many options for internships
Not that safe, part-time jobs very difficult to find
Being on the Confetti Campus it would be nice for more to be done to not make us so separated and cut off from the rest of the uni
Some tutors seem to care more about our education than others and seem to want to help more when its needed
The library gets too busy at peak times - uni needs to make other study spaces available better advertised. However, the atmosphere at Trent is unbelievable, you really feel part of a community and there’s always something fun to do on the cheap
The lecture seminar structure gets tedious, we need more debates, more intellectual stimulation. However, the teaching staff are always available to help
Really enjoying this course and everyone is really supportive.
Would prefer if it was different teachers for different modules and we didn't switch teachers each module.
The campus look and feel is very nice especially in summer.
Worst aspects are we don’t get enough help 1:1 and some of the technicians are rude and help others but not everyone.
Everything is good in terms of the uni location.