Good, engaging lecturers. Great facilities, including the new library. Lack a bit of a ‘real experience’ in the industry throughout the course (trips, visits, etc.).Had to study online the major part because of the pandemic, which was conducted well.View more
As a Master student there is an opportunity for flexibility like if you have a job or something else to do when you don’t have lectures, I have lecture 3 days a week and 2 weeks free to prepare for the next unit and we do not do exams but we do have a lot of assignment and the dissertation comes at the end of the course program. There are on-campus activities students can engage in, and also volunteer as well. My favourites thing about my Luton campus is the town mall which is just opposite the university. There is easy access transport system to commune back and fort. The learning scheme is a bit straightforward, and the lecturers and staffs are quiet friendly and understandingView more
The university is easily accessible by train and bus as it is located in the town centre. The main attraction is the multiple intakes offered to international students and affordable fees. The PG programs offered are very flexible in a schedule so easy to cope with it.View more
This university’s biggest strength is definitely its professors! You can really tell that all of them are very passionate about their units and love what they’re doing. All of them are more than happy to help you with whatever you have problems with even if it is not university-related. At the University of Bedfordshire, most of the students are from abroad so it is essential for the lecturers to be patient and understanding, and they really are! In fact, every worker there is nothing but welcoming.
The Library this university has is really something else! It has 5 floors and is full of every book imaginable.
On the other hand, the campus, itself, is not very well maintained and most of the rooms are very small. You have to sit on “one person” table-chairs, which can be very uncomfortable when you have to spend 4 hours there with a break of 30 min.