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The facilities and staff are very good and helpful
The tutor tutorials are helpful to understand information and all lecture slides are put online
Best course for primary teaching! Just all round great uni. Would love a library on St Johns campus as well as City campus.
All in class seminars; super engaging and fun- loads of support from lecturers. Worst part- 9am lectures :(
So close to all my lecture halls and seminar rooms, greta distance to campus shop and not too far of a walk to the clubs! Actually a decent en-suite, could be modernised a bit.
The university is a nice place to go, I feel there is a lack of support from lecturers at times and aren’t always approachable.
The lack of placement is disappointing to me
Not many graduate opportunities in the city centre
It’s very expensive for what it is, bit isolating but overall I liked living in the city and the rooms
Lecturers are very easy to contact and are responsive and helpful. Nowhere near enough car parking for students yet charge a lot for an annual permit when spaces are not guaranteed.
All face to face which is much better. A good amount of hours so it’s possible to have a job around it.
Lecturers are enthusiastic, and the atmosphere is good. Facilities could be improved, and the student union could be better at gathering student opinions and acting upon them.
The course is mostly taught in person, and the lecturers are passionate and very helpful. They are attentive to the student's needs, which is nice.
it's so good so far
it is so good so far
I love going to university here, the campus is really nice and for my media course has great facilities with the equipment, Mac’s, recording suite and video/ photography studios. The student union always has lots of good events on and first point is great for student support.
The best aspect of my course is we get to work with real clients in the industry, broadening our network and lets us get some real work experience in the industry following a real brief. They also have a range of equipment and great technicians to help us learn how to use them to create high quality work. The course is taught all in person which is great as we have lots of contact with our lecturers and the course hours are great too.
Worcester is a great place for student as you always feel safe, there are lots of student events throughout the year on St John’s and in the City which makes for great student nights out. There are lots of student jobs around St John’s, the university and in the city and the university is right by an Aldi which helps get a cheaper shop perfect for students. There is also the nice areas to look at like the cathedral and the river which makes for nice walks in the summer.
The room and kitchen was really lovely and the en-suite is really modern. I just wish for the money it was a double bed instead of a small single bed but I guess there isn’t the space for it. The size of the kitchen is great and there is lots of cupboard, fridge and freezer space.
I have felt at home whilst at uni, the student union team have been there whenever needed the same with the staff, lecturers are there. I would say some things could do with updating and fixing, like the chairs in the lecture hall some are broken and haven't been fixed in over a year.
I feel like this year, the course is alot better from last tear, the lecturers will answer any questions you have, we are mainly in person which is really good and makes it so much easier to learn.
The halls were clean and tidy, the maintance team would fix any problems quite quickly, the security team I wouldn't say are the best, and it's quite expensive for what you get.
It is a great place for students, there is always room for improvement in research and in real life
Quite a close knit community, not too intimidating- everyone seems friendly, and the campus has a lot of greenery intertwined with it which makes it nicer to walk around. Lecturers are all nice
In Sociology, contact with lecturers is very frequently, due to smaller class sizes- this is a bit more of a problem in Sociology, as the course contains about 180 people overall, with lecturers being alternated, so it's difficult to build a relationship with lecturers
My block is quite modern and spacious, facilities are great , halls feel safe