De Havilland campus has the best university buildings as they are modern and is the hub of the university in my opinion. De Havilland is seen as the more lively campus. College lane has better looking accommodation than De Havilland, however quality wise I would say the campuses are almost equal, except College lane’s new accommodation buildings have better kitchen facilities (not Telford though). I study Marketing with Spanish and my course so far has been hit and miss (I am in second year). Most of the modules are relevant but some of the lectures lack engagement and just read off of slides, not providing real insight. That being said though, I have had a few excellent lecturers who make the subjects more interesting and are more straight to the point with their teaching styles. My course hasn’t been particularly challenging, it mostly consists of report writing, some group projects involving presentations or group marketing activities. In terms of events this university lacks more exciting night life options at the forum and more events to cater to everyone. They should have more urban nights at the forum playing rnb, hip hop, basement and grime because a lot of students want this type of music during their nights out and they cater more towards house music. Overall the university is decent, nothing out of the ordinary in terms of education or social life.