Conservatoire for Dance and Drama
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Teaching is really good, and they have some good facilities. Biology course is very interesting and you get to choose what you want to study a little bit, the lecturers are really helpful and they are approachable. I’ve had a good experience. Campus Advisor
Birmingham as a city has grown on me and now I really love it, the halls are not too bad in first year but it’s more fun when you get to pick your own house in year 2 as you can then live with friends. Uni life is a big step up from school but it’s much more enjoyable. My course is really good as it allows me to choose lots of different modules/units which I can use towards my career. Campus Advisor
Course is taught really well but you get a lot of work to do, there needs to be better balance of the work and better course organisation. On the whole it’s a really good course though and its interesting too. Only thing that needs improving with the univeristy is campus food. Campus Advisor
Leicester is a nice city and the people are friendly. Nightlife is ok and societies are pretty good. Computer course is organised well and lecturers are of good quality. - Anonymous -
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Teaching is excellent. Liverpool is a really fantastic city, I love it! -Anonymous -
No complaints really, they podcast most lectures throughout the uni which we all really love. They have some great buildings such as the Alan Gilbert where we can study and relax too. Course material is of v good quality as are the lecturers. - Anonymous -
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I enjoy my Management degree, but too much to do, Ive found the transition from college quite a steep learning curve. Colleges should prepare us better. - Anonymous -
Ratings Submitted Charlie W
This is a great place! lovely people and learnt loads of new techniques Michael Harrison