The annual Whatuni Student Choice Awards (WUSCAs) highlight the incredible work carried out by institutions for their students. Due to Covid restrictions, this year’s awards were not collected on uni campuses as usual, but instead based on submissions from institutions, which were then judged by our special student panel.
2021 WUSCA winners
Discrimination, lots of low quality teachers, no support for good grades, but only to pass the exams only. Unfortunately, for the year 3 where you should get the best support, there is quite a big effort from the teachers to give small grades.
Not high quality teachers. Only a few exceptions
Would not recommend. Very disappointed. Almost fet part of a scam. QA HE is the worst provider, very money-oriented and not caring about the hard-working students. The level of the students in the class was shocking - the vast majority did not have a basic level of academic English language.
The Career Department at the partner institution (QA Higher Education) was not able to accommodate us (the evening and weekend students), it was never opened at the weekend or after 6 pm.
With minor exceptions, the teaching was not up to standard. These partnerships should be better audited and checked because the quality of teaching was non-existent at most times. Students were not listened to. Unfair marking. Nobody cared. Appalling.
We had a class rep, but no Union.
Only the library was up to a certain standard. The rest of the facilities were a joke.
The Roehampton campus is ar away from where I live and work, so I chose to study the course delivered in partnership with QA Higher Education.
No societies or other activities for students, not for the evening and weekend students such as myself.
Academic support was good, personal support not so much.
Research methods is well taught and everyone understands
No help for single parents in terms of children being on half term
Really great experience, staff extremely helpful and understanding
Very practical lectures, lots of theory and info
Needs more detailed info on theory and assignments
Nice stuff and good people
Repetitive structure, gets tiring and boring. Only good modules are from BA's
Its pretty good. Its informative, interactive and contributes to my growth as a person
Interactive and informative
A disadvantage is a long waiting list for counselling
Canteen could serve a wider variety of foods
I am enjoying my time here so far in London and Roehampton
Only here for a semester
I am currently taking a 2nd level module for a subject I have zero experience/knowledge in, very unfair
Kitchen appliances are poor
Women's football seems to be under managed in comparison to the men's
Seems as though abroad students get less help here w/ tutors/ advisers or at least they aren't telling us who they are
My experience is good so far but the strikes have impacted my learning a lot
Not at all. We don't get work placements
Sometimes lecturers don't e-mail fast enough. Good guidance on my course