My time at university had many hurdles as does everyone's. But overall, the support from the university was fantastic, be it the careers centre, the union, the student staff forum, my student support office and the faculty of engineering as a whole. Every university suffers from issues in communication, organisation, and timetabling. This of course stands true of Leeds. However, voicing these issues was helpful and often resulted in improvements and compromise, both for my class and for the years below on my course. The facilities at Leeds University are great, and I never had an issue finding a computer cluster and was never short of space in whichever lab I worked in. Issues with lecture theatres and dysfunctional tech were dealt with quickly and taken aboard - it is very useful to talk to the student rep for your course so these issues can be taken to the student staff forum. As a rep myself in final year, I got a feel for how this works and generally the response from staff was helpful. The careers centre is a godsend, both the smaller one within my faculty and the main university centre. They were usually helpful and accessible during my course and after I graduated. Access could be improved for graduate students as the online system isn't yet perfect. Overall my experience was challenging but wholly positive, and I would not be shy to recommend my uni to anyone.