By Luckanong,Written on Feb 05 , 2020
The experience has been good so far. I love my tutors as they are very supportive and engaging. The facilities are support services are great. The people are very friendly. The location is the best because it's so beautiful. It's not too crowded like in Central London and not too far out or too quiet either. It has everything I need in one location. Also, there are many workshops and help around. I participated in the startup bootcamp and came up with a startup idea which I'm now using for many of the startup competitions. The Uni has organised a mentor to help me with that and there is a co-working space for me to develop my startup idea.
I think they did well in terms of representing students. They held a lot of campaigns and talks to support the student community.
There are a lot of societies. Some are more active than others. So you might want to ask around and ask yourself how active do you want your society to be.
I would say the facilities is ok. I love going to the quiet zone at the library and to work on my assignment. There is nothing to complain really.
The modules are quite interesting. I like the open discussion where I get to share and listen to different perspectives. I like how we get to choose our own topic for assignment because we get to learn more about topics that I'm interested in. On the second semester, there might be too many assignments at the same period so I hope they change it next year.
yes. I could walk to Tesco, Sainbury's and M&S.
I think the employability office is doing a great job on this. They offer 1-on-1 mock interview, CV review and many weekly workshop for you to improve your net-working skills, communication skills, LinkedIn profile. The workshop is quite small so it's great to get personalised learning and yo can ask them any questions related to your field. And they would encourage you to befriend and get connected with other students who join the workshop just so you could help each other out in terms of finding jobs and self improvement. There is also mentoring campaign where they sign you up with a mentor.
The tutors are very helpful and supportive. I would also set up a 1-on-1 meeting with all of them to talk about my assignment. My personal tutor is also very concern especially for international students. She also gave some advice about my dissertation on our first meeting. She even gave some tips on how to read articles and take notes and how to write a good essay.
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