The annual Whatuni Student Choice Awards (WUSCAs) highlight the incredible work carried out by institutions for their students. Due to Covid restrictions, this year’s awards were not collected on uni campuses as usual, but instead based on submissions from institutions, which were then judged by our special student panel.
2021 WUSCA winners
Just read of a PowerPoint
Need an oven, heating and hot water keeps going.
We don't get to utilise a lot of them
The town is quite good
Not good, not enough variety or flexibility
Not available, easy enough
Make the best of a bad situation
Very clean, curtains are appalling!!!
There is no social life
Not enough people
The odd careers fair
Lecturers just speak at us, go through powerpoint too fast
Nice people, need more events
Could be a car park for students in gill poor condition, could be up modern and feel clean.
Pubs, clubs and supermarket are a good distance
Don't hear much
Lectures are excellent and the course is great
Good room size, curtains and lights need updating.
Good equine and canine centres however the uni campus needs updating
No social life! Clubs are awful!
Not enough people and underfunded
Have to have a placement to do the course
Quite far from Chelmsford - access to night life and transport
Very good practicals
A lot of effort put in
Very clean, Not modern
No local accommodation or housing
Underfunded, not enough people
Enjoyable but beginning to think that it is a waste of money for the amount of contract hours
Lectures are very enjoyable. Very few contract hours, effectively paying £281 per day of lectures
Promised lots of different sports teams but they are not provided
Really enjoying going to Writtle. Teaching is really well, specialised to course.
Careers fairs, transferable skills
Good balance of practical and theory
Lots of events planned by SU
Specialised to course
Close to shops etc
Don't do any but there is a good variety
Support is available when you need it
I've learnt a lot from the lectures, have made very good friends and have enjoyed it all
There's job fairs and a careers department
The lecturers are engaging and experts in their field
There are many SU led events throughout the year
it is located directly on campus making it easy for lectures.
They are specialised to tailor the specific courses here
Its close to supermarkets and the main town
There are many sports activities available
Tutors are helpful they provide feedback and support
Very little help finding businesses for experience/jobs
Practical lessons are the most beneficial to learning
Appalling, holes in waise aren't rapaired, fire alarm is faulty, not enough fridges, draughty windows.
Poor, would prefer alternative sports like ultimate Frisbee
From personal experience I have been referred to counselling but the wait is long