Don't like the student lead seminar
everything is good apart from cost
We are very close to Edinburgh itself and we have a lot of supermarkets
We have a lot of different ones
They are always there to help
Spent 2 years in hall its very nice
Very out of town (Edinburgh) which has pros and cons.
Dipped recently but it's an amazing social experience
Really not sure but I know stuff is available
Access to slides I like
Hate different styles
Overall great i love examples
Not really sure
everything is great, except for cost
Need more shop hours + gym hours but overall it is great
Yes because easy access with bus + trains
Feedback is good
I am really enjoying my time at QMU. I have ideas to develop the sporting development here which will improve my student experience.
Employability centre does great work
Lecturers are available and supportive. Course commitments can be overwhelming.
The SU doesn't seem to have much of a presence.
Shop options are limited and expensive.
Not too far from Fort Kinnaird but other local amenities could be developed.
Sports are not a priority which needs to change. I am working on a plan to help with development.
Student support at QMU is outstanding! It is a real asset to the university.
Helped me grow academic knowledge as well as other skills, such as organisation and leadership
I love this university. The lecturers are all so supportive in my learning. The way in which we are though is also very enjoyable.
I love our stimulation suite where we learn practical nursing skills, which are all very useful when out on placement.
Its safe the location is great& the cost is great but we have leaks & it can be very coldso hear is more expensive
There are great facilities here at the uni, the library is huge, there are lots of quiet rooms to work in, canteen is great for food.
There are lots of sports and societies to choose from at QMU
The academic support is excellent, lecturers are always happy to help. PATS are also a great idea for personal counselling.
Very good, feel supported - only thing is lack of communication on certain things
Transferable skills, applying theory to everyday life
Marks are always late back, lecturers are sometimes unorganised
Very good, computers are very slow
Musselburgh is small and not much to do other than the fort
Not very sure how to join the sports teams
Sometimes lecturers don't reply back to e-mails
Love the building
Train is easy but it's kind of in the middle of nowhere
I wish there was work experience and placement involved
Marks are always late
I live central in morning side and the cost is rs 00pm
Mine is not, I am 1hour 10minutes away