88 per week, cheap for me
As an Asian, I do hope there'll be more hot-water taps
They have career talks within lectures
Good teaching, poor feedback
I don't feel very safe
Good facilities - gym is inaccessible unless you have a membership.
I have loved it.
Careers fair, special lecturers, optional classes etc.
Wide range of optional modules available with different assessment methods
Good representation but awful at processing anything - very slow.
Relatively unsafe but close to university campus
New sports area, new study spaces
Good measures in place to help people with mental health/welfare officers.
Just the few disorganised modules
More of an effort should be placed on transferable skills
Some modules are very disorganised, but the teaching is good.
Cost is pretty high
Generally great, but I think some more quiet study spaces are needed.
Good public transport at location
Good all round
I have loved it, it gave me so many opportunities and have met a lot of amazing people
Would be good to have work placements
More interactive and hands-on
I like the campus style
Student area could be safe, a lot of crime happen
Great to have a train station on campus
Lots to choose from
Supervisor was excellent but other support wasn't as clear
I've had a great time at Birmingham, mainly down to the people. The admin parts are sometimes too slow.
The opportunity is there if you look into it.
Assessments are sometimes too close together
The guild has a lot to offer every student
most of them good and close
The library does not have enough space but other study spaces available.
City centre is 10 minutes away by train.
Lots of sports on offer and have been a big part of my uni life.
Welfare needs more funding, was never offered counselling.
Wish I had more opportunity to be taught about lecturers' research and the work they are currently doing - new concepts.
Careers Network help with applications. Careers fair on campus.
Very independent, study-based
Sometimes get a bit lost in the building and some events not advertised enough.
Could do with a bit of a makeover
Lots of work going on, on campus. More study spaces would be helpful.
Selly Oak - has lots of amenities and provisions. Train to the city centre.
Wide variety - over 50 sports clubs, plus course sports too.
Lots of services including wellbeing support.
Okay but not enough societies for people
Great, especially lots for science students
Handy to some good facilities
Not very good
Birmingham is great! Beautiful campus in a city where there's always something going on.
Gapped handouts and recorded lectures mean I can re-watch
Don't really use it
Great location and pricing
Big uni, so lots of variety of societies