The campus is big and it’s easy to get lost, but you can find there everything you need - from medical centre to a bank. OneZone is a great place to hang out during breaks between lectures, good quality food in a reasonable price with nice music accompanying. The courses are generally interesting and creative, however that depends mostly on the lecturer. UWE stopped in the 20th Century when it comes to technological advance - computers are old, it is not easy to print something (not many printers and complicated software), fire alarm is going on quite often but everyone is used to that and no one really reacts. I haven’t used the career service but I know from my friend that it is very helpful, staff is happy to help with career advising, CV’s, motivation letters etc. The student union has a modern building, there is an always occupied ping-pong table which is a great idea. It’s a great place to hang out and meet interesting people. My overall experience is good but I perceive a lack of organization of the university. It his hard to get, for instance, a document needed to open a bank account as no one from staff knows what to do diverting students to other offices.