Accommodation, location, teaching, facilities all of a very high standard. Life can be quite intense and sometimes overwhelmingly busy at points though.
SU largely irrelevant to student life
Very good, very attractive buildings and fairly well maintained a bit expensive though
Huge range, not necessarily time to commit to more than a couple though.
Most tutors excellent academically; personal support a bit lacking.
Overall very happy, just things here and there to be improved.
Decent amount of career events available to attend
Some lecturers can be very dry. 7 and a half hours of classes per fortnight.
Generally good, but don't hear much about them
Accommodation can need a cost of maintenance but issues are quickly fixed
Very good all round
Extremely central location
Pretty much any sport, society is available
Mental health help can be lacking.
A lot of self-guided learning and not much academic/teaching support in 3rd + 4th year
Colleges pay way too much to the SU for not much return. Personally, have never attended any SU events and don't know what it does. Don't know anyone involved or who has been to anything they've run. Good LGBTQ+ support though.
Very central and good accommodation convenient to have college provided rooms for the whole degree length
Mostly really great and lots of renovations always improve things
Heaps of different options + always able to star something new both in college and in the uni.
Lots of personal support offered, and college academic support is great, but university/department tutors are less so.
I have very much enjoyed the best few years here.
They are less central to student experience than college committees
All very good, cost good
Everything is in cycling distance
Tutorials, roughly 3-4 hour classes
Don't know anything about them
Low cost every available. Sometimes small kitchens
Careers fairs are very useful
8 hours + classes a week. Really like tutorials, help a lot.
Not involved so I have no clue
Everything is usually walking distance
Usually something for everyone
Welfare is good in college and tutors are supportive.
Too much work
It is quite expensive
Quite expensive e.g. sports hall
I love it but there could be more support from the uni, particularly it's such a high pressured environment.
Lectures aren't recorded
Apart from Fresher's Fair, I don't know what they do
very expensive, no kitchens
Not all libraries are accessible
Good distance form faculty + Tesco
Don't have time - too much work! Lots on offer though
Emotional support is rubbish - just run by students