There’s been times where I’ve considered dropping out as I simply do not enjoy uni. I tried to change course in my first semester, but was told I’d have to wait for the next academic year to start. In many ways I feel trapped in my degree, and the university isn’t doing much to stop this feeling.
Have a module dedicated to career employability and skills
Very little contact with tutors, academic support feels very limited, almost expected to “get by”.
Offer a range of facilities like laptops, sports facilities, etc. However, one library has been closed due to the pandemic, which has been inconvenient for many.
Very hard to access mental health support, emailed advice and guidance months ago and still haven’t heard back.
Very bad do not recommend. Do not come here it is rubbish, I do not like it. The course is so rubbish I cannot wait to graduate and get as far away as possible.
It's a phd so no job prospects foreseeable
Love going to university in Liverpool its a great city, I love my course and the friends I’ve made on it. Glad i didn't go anywhere else don't think i would have had such a good experience.
They always send emails about events and career planning but my degree is training for a specific job at the end so have not engaged in these services
I love the practical side in uni and on placement, is more relaxed than school and a levels.
Student union isnt brilliant, the bar on the side sphinx is really good value and really nice food and drinks
They’re okay but the libraries get really full and no where to sit for lunch between lectures
Very good location only a 10 minute walk to the shops, bars and restaurants in the city centre. Few shops on campus to get food and drink
Loads of variety in societies and lots of sports
There is a good amount of support offered always have meetings with my academic advisor not engaged in mental health services but heard they aren’t meeting the huge demand
Miss home at times but love university life at Liverpool so far. Good night life and university facilities. Friendly people and uni accommodation is really nice. Very easy to settle in here
Does employability week to give us new opportunities . Send through emails regarding careers
Most- interesting lecturers, keeps us engaged Least- don’t always know which content is needed for exams and which isn’t
Well publicised, easy to contact
Local amenities are good. Further from town hut only 20 minutes on the bus
Huge range of societies and easy to join
I have just been here for 4 months and i couldn't be happier and more satisfied with how i have been, with the academics , the accommodation, friendly people etc. It's been a rollercoaster ride so far.
There is an amazing career hub within the campus who make impeccable efforts to get companies and encourage us to participate in as much as we can
The thing i like the most is the support from the teachers during, before and after the lecture. No question is stupid and they never make you feel that way. The worst thing is that sometimes, a huge class of 150+students can be overwhelming but we have seminars to overcome that
The student union is very supportive and provides utmost care and help whenever approached. There is never a feeling of dissatisfaction when in contact.
The university has everything on campus from recreation to adequate study space. And uncountable no. Of other support
The accomodation is hardly a 10 minute walk downhill from the city centre and major food joints and there is plenty to do to on campus too.
The university has over 200 societies so there is something for everyone. From harry potter fanatics to more studious groups. There is vast range of sports including what we are famous for as a city, football
There is plenty of support available and they encourage us to use them. They have drop ins and verious interesting events to grow their network and advertise thr fact that they are present and can be used
It’s ok, it’s hard to know how to revise for uni exams compared to high school ones. My advice for first years is to definitely try to make friends with your flatmates, and try some societies even if you have to go on your own.
They have a building just for careers which shows how invested they are in helping you with your career path. They help with placements, advice, and skill workshops.
The thing I like most is that they ask us sometimes for our opinion about how we’d like the homework etc. to be set. The thing I like the least is that sometimes I feel it’s hard to ask for help as the tutorials are currently the whole class and not smaller groups.
I think it’s good, because I know who the guild president and officers are, and they seem to have a big say in decisions. I think the facilities are really good as well.
Really good, plenty of facilities for everyone.
Not too bad, it’s quite close to city centre, but do find that a lot of accommodation can be quite far from the uni.
There’s so much choice for societies and sports, I’ve seen more societies being made recently which is good.
I think they offer a lot of support services regarding tutors and counselling but I haven’t used any of these support services.
It has been a journey had some of my best times in uni so far and some if my worst. Met new people, had new experiences done things i probably would have never done if i never went to uni.
They have careers fairs and we have modules to help us with that
Everything is covered. There is too much coursework along with exams.
It does a lot for students
Very good however some buildings could be modernised
Yes it is
There are lots
Could he improved for mental health
It has been incredibly enjoyable. All the staff are friendly and approachable .
Career advisers give support and we get plenty of emails for opportunities in work placements
I love time in the studio and the history aspect.
It is safe modern, nice peaceful area, its quite expensive although
There are plenty of facilities on campus (gym guild etc)
The university is far from my accommodation, but there are plenty of amenities.
We are constantly told that our welfare is the most important thing, Tutors are approachable and very friendly.
Particular getting involved in church and christian union
varied assessments most lectures are engaging
Fairly easy to raise issues, General feedback rarely asked for though
Uni halls are very nice but too expensive
Fairly good - although library spaces often limited
Close to the city centre and plenty accommodation nearby
wide variety - something for everyone!
Staff are always willing to talk to you point you to the relevant person.
Quite Expensive but very good
Large variety with good choices
Lots of services have been offered