Manchester Metropolitan University
What are the worst things about studying at your university?
"Sometimes there's not enough material or content online to help with revision. There's also often not enough space in the library."
"There are fewer places to socialise than I'd like."
"Some teaching materials need updating and some staff can be hard to contact."
"Not a lot of resources are available and some buildings are extremely old, which can affect lectures with issues such as being too cold or computers not working."
"We're low ranking on university tables so it can be harder to find a job after graduation."
"Being in Manchester can sometimes be kind of intimidating."
"You have to pay for printing and I don't like some of the lecturers' teaching styles."
"The library is often over populated."
"There are more expenses than I expected, like a fee for joining societies."
"There are no parking spaces on campus so you have to park miles away."
"Some poor accommodation with no water fountains in my building and money wasted on things like a fancy door. There are no healthy vending machines either."
"There's not enough guidance offered."
"The canteen food is expensive, which isn't good for students on a budget."
"It can sometimes feel like University of Manchester students are looking down on our university."
"The Crewe campus is based in a small town."
"Some of the accommodation available isn't that great."