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
It has opened a lot of new doors for me, both academically, socially and in terms of the future. I'm really enjoying the experience
I have already been given a lot of advice on careers which has been very useful.
10-12h/w. Lectures have been very good overall so far. Tutorials can be great but also uninteresting
Great facilities for all students.
great location, basic facilities overall a nice place to live
15min walk from my accommodation, in centre of town so easy access to best sports
There are many societies to choose from
Really good overall
Don't like that some lecturers choose not to record lectures
Don't do any...
Work placement in 3rd year
Some courses don't have a lot of contact time and the tutorials aren't always helpful
Pretty good but the central library isn't big enough considering the number of students
Everything is very central and easy to get to
Student counselling could provide more support after you have been but academic tutors are good and helpfull
Don't know much about it
Good academic, poor personal
Mental Health services need more funding
very good accomodation but very far from the university
Advice place is amazing but personal tutors could be better informed
Good careers service
Beautiful city, lots of shops and attractions - everything within a sort distance
Excellent, but can be quite expensive, as gym membership required
Personal tutor system poor and ineffective - never contact you
Thoroughly enjoy it
Good careers department
Very varied, some great, some a waste of time
Doesn't represent all students - quite minority focused
Good options but only for 1 st year and postgradaute
Okay but need more study space
Personal tutors are very effective