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’m in Y0 now but for me its always a good experience with new friend, teachers, new country but always focus on our goals. I recommend you to graduate in Greenwich it’s amazing!!!! 🙌🏽
They have a lot of online support like planing an interview, who to make a CV it helps every person
The 1st semestre it’s online but I think in 2nd semestre it’s face to face classes.
I visit University of Greenwich and I like it very much, it’s huge and have a lot of space for COVID rules when face to face classes starts
Uni of Greenwich have a lot of groups including Trans group, disability help it helps everyone to find a way to be more happy
I like studying at university and learning something new. There are many opportunities to learn new things, we have a good library with a lot of books, we have our bus for transferring between campuses. I will recommend it for everyone.
I have no experience with it
Very good timetable and brakes between lessons. But we study 5 days per week and it is quite difficult
Yes. That is about 20 minutes by bus
There are almost everything here. But is quite difficult to organise event because of everyone has a different timetable.
Very good. We all have a personal tutors and we can be in contact at any time
it has been pleasant. the university, i have to admit, has exceeded my expectations. i have lots of nice teachers and people to help. all the people associated with my place of study(UGIC) have been cheerful and helpful. the university also has good and encouraging facilities
although I've heard of fairs and seminars organised by the university, i haven't had the time to attend one. but the answer to the question is yes. the university makes efforts to increase employability by creating employability and career fairs.
the teachers are great and there is an online platform for studies(moodle) where there is also a close relationship between teacher and student, and also student and course. one of the shortcomings might be the division into groups(it contrasts my lifestyle, but thats my problem. not the school)
i haven't had much experience, but I've had a good experience with the student union. being met by pleasant people, who are very helpful and informative. not just about academics alone.
I think the cost is pretty high, but as compared to other forms of accommodation, its standard. The reason i think so might be attributed to it being my first time in London. As regards safety, it's safe. there is security personnel available on campus and the doors are very secure also. my thought on the condition will have to be that Avery hill campus is in impeccable shape/condition. I haven't been to or lived in much places, but i think that Avery hill is in a great condition.
The distance might be much, but the university has provided transport(in the form of buses) to carry students comfortably. although, we do have to pay to travel to the third campus, and the university could do lot more, they have provided a relatively better means of transport. and the university is a reasonable distance from local amenities.
they are all available. again, i'm new, so i haven't needed their services for the time-being. but the tutoring is excellent and their feedback is very reflective