My experience at the University of Liverpool was overwhelmingly positive. Bear in mind that my studies began during the Covid-19 pandemic, in 2020, and continued through 2022. Initially, my course was intended as on-campus and the University adapted to cater entirely online provision. I was pleased that the University was able to accommodate my needs and found a way to ensure that my education would go ahead. The University also communicated regular updates on the situation with regards returning to campus. Ultimately, I opted to continue my degree entirely remotely, even once all restrictions had been lifted. The option to study remotely conferred a better work-life balance and proved more affordable, since I saved money on travel fares. I have experience with two other Russell Group universities, and I would say that lecturers were intellectually on parr with their competitors. My program director was particularly helpful in resolving practical problems that arose during my course. The University could become even better by streamlining and automating student administration. For example, I can imagine a system in which students self-enrol onto the University program and onto individual modules. Students would be able to electronically opt onto modules of interest, or to switch modules when necessary. In summary, my experience of teaching at the University was excellent, and my experience of the University administration (as relates to student experience) would be improved by moving away from human-based systems and towards automated systems.