I like it. Hope to get more. It has many opportunities, several societies and good training possibilities for developing personal skills and professional skills.
Such as Employability Plus award.
That is not as fashion centred as I imagined.
It's good. Offers many opportunities.
Just what I need.
Yes. Walking distance
Wide range. Good.
Good. Gives what I need.
Not what I was sold but it wasn’t bad it turned out okay. When coming here just try make the most of the experience. Try to fully use the resources given to you and you’ll be able to thrive
They advertise this but lack on follow through
Most teacher interaction Least more time on assignments
It is fair
They are fairly new and ojay
There is quite a number of societies and clubs
It is good dependant on the lecturer
I’m loving it however I feel like they aren’t really strict on us which makes us a little lazier then I was at college. The lecturers are lovely and nice however you do need to listen in lecturers as after wards you will forget everything and sometimes there isn’t opportunity to look it back unless you ask the tutor to upload it.
By having regular discussions and helping us on placement
Having more info online then in lecture
Not applicable to me
Not great but not the worst either
The course is amazing. I would highly recommend it and can not fault it at all. The university is terrible. It offers no support at all, the facilities are always broken and in need of repair and they don’t ever care. My course is 5/5, my university is 0/5
My course is VERY good at offering employability, with everyone getting a guaranteed interview with the police. The university itself runs the changemaker program, but it doesn’t really fit with my course.
My course is very personal. It is a very small course with only around 40 students. My lectures are very good and talk to us as equals. They always help with any problems we have and are brilliant all round. I have no problems with my course.
Absolutely terrible. We never hear from them except when they want money.
Everything is always breaking. The university itself is just over a year old (they rebuilt and relocated) and the wifi never works, the doors have already had to be replaced for the senete building, and the gates still beep everytime you walk through them. We didn’t have working fire alarms in the halls for the whole of first year.
Very good location. 5 minute walk to morrisons and asda, and a 10 minute walk to aldi and lidl. It is a 15 minute walk to town and they run a 50p bus service (during the week). There is plenty of private accommodation with most no more than a 30 minute walk away. The halls are on campus, literally a 30 second walk away from the learning hub.
Plenty of sports to choose from, everything you could think of, the societies are very lacking though. Nothing really is offered.
The course support is amazing. The lectures really care and have helped me throughout my family issues and give so much support. The university is terrible. I suffer from depression and when I went to see the university counsellor they threatened to kick me out because I was struggling with my mental health. They treated me terribly and I felt terrible and it led to me trying to take my life. I now actively avoid the university knowing about my health and I have been unable to ask for support because of them.
Interesting. Got involved with loads of opportunities, and now work for the uni. Learnt a lot about the industry, and had hands on application to my work. Lecturers are all great, helpful and enthusiastic
Student program for employability with job guarantee
Small classes are great, as well as a hands on approach. Classes are sometimes online, or assignment time, meaning contact hours can be low
Could be better at planning student events, but great communication and interaction
High end tech for science and healthcare students. Brand new campus
It’s good getting to town centre, but private accommodation can be far
Personal tutor was great last year.
Great but a bit overwhelming would be good if at the start they taught life skills like making schedules how to get organized cause I struggle with that Northampton itself is a dangerous city don't feel to safe their is a variety of things to do and Milton Keynes is really a great place to visit and close on the train
Very good one to one but disability support for dyslexia is terrible but has very good mental health support services
Don't really use it but friendly
Close to each other also cheap bus
Yes bus route no traffic
Outstanding and you can create one too
Great we get people with real experience come and teach at times also sue is a fantastic tutor
Great opportunities available, you have to get involved and make sure you know the extra “added value” stuff, because there is a lot on offer that can help expand your experience
Changemaker which includes interview techniques, cv writing, skills workshops etc. Also LinkedIn learning and skills hubs
Brilliant and dedicated lecturers Can be a little intensive with assignments blocked together
Fantastic. Having moved to a new campus, we had a few teething issues. SU sorted and will continue to voice student voice. Academic advice service is excellent and very knowledgable
Average. Sports facilities could be improved, sports dome is small and very little provision for a uni that supports so many sports courses and free sports
Yes, a 10 minute walk from the town centre and a shop, art shop, SU, catering outlets and post office/shop on site. Close to Asda and Morrisons
Excellent and FREE
Excellent one to one support and the personal tutors are good. Counselling is good, but waiting times can be slow. ASSIST are mostly knowledgable and helpful but lots of issues with Res Life
Some area's are great - staff support being one positive, however some modules on my course need improving
Staff at the changemaker hub are very helpful
Group work where you can't choose the group. People don't pull their weight
no experience with this
Access to everything we need. Wifi needs improving
Perfect distance from uni and town centre
Didn't find any that would suit me
Always there when there is an issue
We get a lot of talks and lectures about employability
Very well organised
Very close to town
Lots to choose from and get involved
University is an experience that I'm so thankful about apart from work. I love the learning of others and their culture and religions
Very basic information. Especially for those who are international
Mostly like the communication and understanding least. Should do more group work
It takes me 1hr 30 mins travel time but I'm very happy doing so
Safe distraction for students, healthy and active
It's really good help is always available