I really like the organization of this university you can see they put effort on that And also the teachers and Doctors that work there You can see they all have an amazing career and they do care for us [...]
Even though the teaching methods and contents may be somewhat outdated it somehow manages to excel in Civil and Oceanic Engineering or Physics Being a public university it is also cheap even for Spanish standards [...]
My opinion is in general good The teaching methods vary a lot depending on the subject The classes are not overpopulated and in general there's a good feeling The second and third year are quite challenging and demanding and not very suitable if you plan on doing extra activities volunteering [...]
I really like the organization of this university, you can see they put effort on that. And also the teachers and Doctors that work there. You can see they all have an amazing career and they do care for us.
I think the university is good, you have everything basic you need. But that is also de problem, basic. It does not offer activities, areas or other things to make it more special for the student. The are some associations that offer activities but not the university itself.
Other than that, there is a big variety of dregrees for a “small” city as Santander. Great location, near the centre and the sea and there are affordable houses right in front of it.
Even though the teaching methods and contents may be somewhat outdated, it somehow manages to excel in Civil and Oceanic Engineering or Physics. Being a public university, it is also cheap even for Spanish standards.
The Erasmus program is well coordinated. And some of the teachers care about their pupils.
However I think there should be more student life and I think University of Cantabria should enhance this by offering a wider range of activities.
Quiet, quality, internationalization and Research.
I think that the University of Cantabria has a great variety of studies, it has enough resources considering that it is a small city. It has a great internationalization perspective and a considerable number of international students. Invest many resources in research
My opinion is in general, good. The teaching methods vary a lot depending on the subject. The classes are not overpopulated and in general there’s a good feeling.
The second and third year are quite challenging and demanding, and not very suitable if you plan on doing extra activities (volunteering, part-time jobs…). Still doable in the minimum time (4 years). For exchange students there are course equivalences for those who don’t speak Spanish (near 5 courses).
It’s a small university but with very good researchers and that translates into the teaching. Medicine, nursing, maths, physics and the engineerings are among the best ranked in the country and for a small university it is a big accomplishment.
Good university overall but quite theoretical education
I studied Business and economics and university professors and classes were quite ok but I found it very theoretical. Good level of economics but not so good in marketing where content was not up to date.
We never did presentations, team projects and very few case studies. Just lectures and exams in order to pass the degree.
Reading about the school I was impressed by the attention they claim to give the students their ranking amongst top universities and the business school facilitators plus the partnering bodies I was also intrigued by the data lab and how their research are always towards the betterment of society and [...]
I was in the faculty of engineering studying chemical engineering and I must say the experience was amazing The professors really helped us in our studies and I feel so indebted to this great university The engineering workshops ensured we had hands-on training and experience that has helped me so [...]
I consider that the University of Vigo is a high-level university where the professors are strict and demanding in their subjects so that the students build a good foundation and grow on it I highlight as a positive aspect the involvement in personal development resources offered by the respective departments [...]
The university is located on a stunning campus in the beautiful and historically important city of Stirling The natural landscape is a treat to the eyes It has a massive sports complex a lake a well-endowed library and loads of dining options to make university life wholesome In terms of [...]
With the opportunity to go abroad for one semester on ERASMUS scholarship my first year in HTW has been a rollercoaster ride full of learning exiting opportunities and growth for me Completing one Semester outside of Germany is a mandatory part of International Management Program's course structure at HTW The [...]
Dresden University of Applied Sciences - HTW Dresden
I love this college The professors are wonderful and the community is excellent In addition there are numerous resources available to assist with the transition to college for those who require them I intend to remain here until I graduate and I strongly encourage others to come here [...]