They are rated below poor by ofstead . The teaching is is very low standard, they don't provide equipment , to students. grades are only 50% for all first year students, high drop out rate from students
Nothing good at all. Lessons are to quick Lessons have spelling errors in them Often the university has IT issues so work is delayed
They do not listen to students
All broken down
Nothing in the area
Nothing to do boring
They don't listen to students, or parents , many parents have withdrawn students
During the coronavirus epidemic they provided no extensions and no help to write a dissertation and 5 essays all within a week of hand in date. Lectures are bad
Lectures are awful don’t come here
Don’t enjoy anything they don’t help
Awful nothing good has come from it
Absolute rip off paying £131 for a room and a wooden table
There’s a few
Very good, UoG have provided me with placements, time to work, time to study, support where needed and useful feedback on how to improve assignments next time.
Lots of placements, ‘your future plan’ provides careers advice
Most: hands on experience Least: erratic contact hours
Lots to choose from
Great tutors, help zone, amazing lecturers, counselling
Loved it, very supportive, friendly! Sense of community! Get stuck into classes to make the most of your time. Each campus has a totally different feel so make sure you explore all of them
Your future plan
Yes, very visible
Okay. Catering is terrible
Great, lots of options!
I have really enjoyed my time here. I enjoy the freedom and independence I have over everything I can do, including what I can do for my coursework. I recommend it to anybody.
I really enjoy them.
Not really. Would be better if it was closer to town.
It’s been good, overwhelming at times but keep carrying on as you will have ups and downs but you will get their in the end. I felt quite anxious and didn’t fit in but just keep trying.
Lectures can be too fast so might get overwhelming But I like the different way they teach
It’s good range of facilities and equipment for me to learn in my course
Really good as close to accomodation and close to Gloucester and shops
There is quite a few but they are mainly happen in Cheltenham
Not too bad but could improve as lots of people struggle with mental health
Everything is really good. Studying here is great and interesting. I feel so excited about everything in here. People, modules, food, accomodation. Love it in here.
University has been probably the best decision I've made in my life. It is brilliantly bad, but a good sort of bad. The memories and knowledge from my course and experience at university has been incredible.
I like most that lectures are broken up and I like least that we have 4 days. 3 days would be much better
I was apprehensive coming as a mature student but it has been a very positive experience. Certain lectures produce a lot of extra curricular work. There is a lot of support for students if they want it.
Your Future Plan week with lots of things to do. Although my course is on placement so there is nothing to do.
We had a very busy January that was very stressful. But now we have a very easy February. There is inconsistency in our timetable in terms of keeping us at a happy medium. I like how in most lectures we get too teaching tips that aren’t just subject specific.
Lots of places to go and awareness around the university.
They are nice. Slightly run down in some places at FCH.
Yes. It is within walking distance of lots of shops.
The course I study is based solely at Francis Close Hall where there is no sport. So quite poor.
Ample support in my opinion.
Brilliant. I have been at university for 3 years and have enjoyed every minute of it. I would recommend anyone to go to this University. It has helped me develop academically and personally
They give you plenty of opportunities to increase your employability
I enjoy when the course is interactive. I don't like when lecturers read from the board
The student's union is amazing
They have all the facilities for you to thrive at university
Yes, it is a short walk to university and the city centre. You can also get a bus to university and to Cheltenham
Sports/societies have made my university experience. There is a place for everyone. You can join as many sports/societies as you wish and even if there isn't something for you, you can always start it up yourself as the university are very supportive/encourage you to do so.