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
I don't know.
I've never been there.
Some modules are relevant to industry and are ran well. However others are not
They offer placements however they do not ever appeal to me
I wish we had an option on what modules we do as some never appeal to me
No union available however freshers was arranged well
Always busy, always something to do. However quite dangerous
Never joined any so I am not sure
Much better in the final year
Interesting lectures where students can participate and most of the lectures are willing to help.
I found a job by myself so I haven't used uni temps.
Students can participate and most of the lectures are dynamic.
The cafeteria is ok but could have more choices. Postgrad centre is good but could be more quiet places.
Nightlife is too many young people and I would like more activities.
I am not part of any.
Lot of help in different fields.
Good support, updated info for the course, professional lecturers
Can get guidance and any help needed to get a job
Course good lectures good
London is better
Fun, dance, good people
Really good, ready to help with any kind of question
Good apart from travelling in rush hour
Useful courses available that relate to the fitness industry
Very helpful and they give you time to understand/learn
Still exploring, good so far
Online and in person resources are available
Career department Hired
Lecturers are really good, but I hoped the course will be more practical
Really like the student cafe and library
Everything is at one place
A lot of clubs
I really enjoy uni here, I was in halls 1st year which enabled me to make friends easier and now have moved into a house this year. I also enjoy the course and am sure it will give me good future opportunities
Always lots of work placements available to join
All lecturers I have had so far have been great and very enthusiastic about what they are reaching
Don't hear much from SU, would be nice for them to be more involved in societies
Facilities are good and of industry quality however sometimes not enough equipment to have to share
Birmingham is great, has everything you need and reliable transport
More opportunities to join a society should be available to see at uni. Broad street is okay for a cheap night out
Tutors and feedback is always very good and constructive
overall it has been good but some modules are more organised than others - frustrating sometimes
really good if you want to be makeup artist - don't help with other aspects you could do with
good - some respond to emails quick
good facilities - sometimes big groups in room too small
live at home
feedback sometimes lacks in telling you new things that you have already mentioned in evaluations
I think uni gives opportunities for students and exchange academia because it happen that for 3 years I was listening different subject but with same staff
I didn't use wired at uni, but I find job for myself
They could use more technology
Don't even know a lot about student representation for my course and don't really use student facilities
A lot of opportunities
talk about it and placements
some good, some pointless
not had any contact with it
don't go out much
lectures easy to talk to