Good overall, mostly stress and issues with money, as conflict between wanting to be sociable and trying to save money, as I get the lower loan due to parents earnings but they don’t pay for rent so all of that is immediately gone so need to work during study for spare money which is too stressful
Geology department gets speakers in
I like the layout of teaching on big tables rather than lecture halls for geology
new facilities in construction, good desk service but help with societies is poor and poor replies from activities
lots of sports but not much emphasis on other societies
Accessing my tutor much easier than accessing a counsellor
Great facilities as well as guidance and assistance for prospectus on all course, support go financial, social and mental aid is fantastic.
Career meetings and workshops e.g. Leicester Award
Interactive lectures as well as engagement of lecturers Least favourite: Simply reading off slides
Great space and faculties.
Good safety condition as well as distance from accommodation
Yes. Close to nearby shops and barbers.
Vast amount of sporting
Students can seek aid
I want to become a chartered engineer so a degree really helps
Some lecturers are over complicated
Only because I'm unsure what there is
Cost seems a little pricey for what I have and there were some faults at the start but ok now
from the uni, halls is a little stretched which means buses
So many sports and societies, also if it's not there you can make it
Ok, my personal tutor hasn't replied to me over 3 weeks so that's a little bad.
Recently started/ don't know yet
Can be reading off board depending on lecturer - not very engaging but all recorded online
Building works means most areas are closed off - not always seats available during lunch
I live in Leicester so it's personally not that exciting (not new to me)
Most run in the evening so I don't go to many
Transport was difficult
Erasmus students have more difficulties with support and experience technical issues
I would prefer bigger tutorial groups (more members)
Very near from opal court and city centre
The facilities are bit dd eg: bed and kitchen supplies
I love my experiences in the women's basketball team
Quite nice as what I expected from university
Hope there will be more interactions with other students
Everything is alright but a bit expensive
Quite close to the town and the halls
They had a careers/job fairs. They also offer work placements and year in industry
I like how they upload all material doing each module
Need more seating areas - although I think an extension is being built
Library is really nice - not enough places to study? Some buildings quite old - toilets are okay?
uni is 15/20 min walk to town centre, which is quite convenient
They have a good range of societies/sports but the membership/gym fee is too expensive
Personal tutor system is good - maybe have more sessions during each seminar?