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The annual Whatuni Student Choice Awards (WUSCAs) highlight the incredible work carried out by institutions for their students. This year’s awards were based on reviews from over 30,000 students across the UK.
The best aspect - the Henley Business School facilities are developed and the teachers are available for support.
The worst aspect - Not allot of food variety on campus. There are multiple food facilities on campus and they all sell the same things pretty much.
Student support: 4.0
Campus look and feel: 4.0
Student life: 3.0
Students' union: 3.0
Best facilities in the university in my opinion
Abundance of group work, worth high percentages of modules. (Not sure if it’s like this in other courses). This means a large portion of my grade is influenced by other individuals. I know group projects are there to introduce us to working efficiently and professionally in a team. I know it’s my responsibility to navigate and help form a perfect group. However, group project grades are still influenced by all individuals and I can’t possibly control every aspect of every group project especially when you have 5 group projects in your final year.