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The staff on my course are amazing and so supportive
Need more contact with lecturers (due to the strikes we've had less contact with them, though I don't blame the strikes I blame whoever is mugging off our lecturers)
The new building and community is good but still feels very segregated, hard to meet people unless you’re with them in lessons. Not many big social areas IDPCTBR2 - see stabbing comment below
Some good features and teachers but most don’t seem that interested or passionate
very overpriced, lots of fire alarms, there was a stabbing in the building but the facilities and how it’s built is good quality
I have had an overall great experience so far at uni with support offered whenever I have needed it. I have had no bad experience at all during the two years I have studied here.
The course has expanded my strengths and exposed my weaknesses which I have developed on.
It has been good but Covid has got in the way of a typical uni experience
It is very good
Sometimes good teaching
The campus is awesome and has many facilities, student life is well looked after
The course is good but online lectures even in non-covid times sucks I’ve had no motivation to pay even a little attention in those lectures.
The town is nice overall, but lacks big enterprises ‘presence’ and I feel I will have to relocate for placement. The accounting firms here are too small-scale.