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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
It’s been really good, the staff are really supportive and the lectures are good quality without being too boring. I love Sheffield as a city, it’s not too big and there are loads of societies. You’re also right next to the peaks if you fancy a day trip. Campus Advisor
The business degree I did was alright, feedback on work could have been improved a lot, the course was interesting and l learn't lots of useful facts which I hope will help in the real world! A lot to cover over the three years and the organisation and timetabling of the course could have been better. 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
Like my course here at Warwick, lecturers are really good at teaching and always help you if you get stuck. They also organise the course well so we know what we are doing. -Anonymous -
Very nice university with lots of friendly people. Societies are good and some great facilities. -Anonymous -
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Facilities at the uni are impressive, it feels really nice walking around the city as it has so much history and it’s so beautiful. I really love this place. -Anonymous -
I really developed my communication and transferable skills at this post. You mature so quickly and a placement will teach you skills it's very hard to develop at uni. Claire W