Too small, personally.
Less credible than PRE - 92' establishments.
Most lecturers are engaging, some are not, lectures can be very simplistic
Good condition, hard to access
10/10 would recommend
Careers department is very helpful
Lecturers very helpful, usually reply quickly, approachable
on campus, I've never stayed in though
Slowly growing for a small uni - more funding!
More access to lecturers would be beneficial
Price for what it was, moved to city for second year because of this
Seem good, not involved
Practicals are beneficial
More food choices
Academic support is great
So far I have enjoyed the uni, learning, and life around uni is good.
Multiple job fairs and opportunities
Most: seminars, working with students. Least: very independent study
Very safe, out of town,cheap accomodation
Classes and faculties are good
A decent amount of sports/societies, organisation mediocre
Haven't explored support services
Limited - no uber eats/deliveroo options
Great course! Interactive! We all learn together, and are treated like an adult.
Why won't they support the strike?
Public sociology staff are great. Willing to look at first drafts, guide you etc.
Very good so far, lots of good opportunities and friendly
Do placements which are very useful
Really enjoying my course
Good representation and information
Very good being near Edinburgh
Lot's of support, very proactive
I love the university, it has allowed me to make many new friends
A lot of opportunity to get out into the workplace.
I don't have class every day
Very safe, good condition, out of town cheap
It's a bit far out to Edinburgh but it's in a good area.
There is a very big variety
A lot of good feedback on room ends