Business Studies / Management, Graduate
(5)·By Nina E·Business· Jul 2021
Freshers week was okay, there were a lot of parties going on in London. Those parties were not specifically for my university but also for students from various universities in London. This was really nice as it was a good opportunity to meet people from different universities and with different interests. Other than that there were a lot of fresher parties to choose from so it felt like my new university was really big. King's accommodations have great locations, most are in central London. They are safe, yet I think they are overpriced. Staff working there is nice, and there are many events throughout the year organised by staff for people staying in a specific accommodation. This makes you feel part of a community. Facilities were great. We have a gym, and although we need to pay for access, it is cheap compared to other gyms in London. There are many libraries, some are very nice but some are a bit depressing. Sometimes during exam period it is very hard to find a free space to study on campus which in my opinion is problematic. Classrooms are good, they are modern and well equipped for teaching. What was good about the course was its variety so we can learn various approaches and also the fact that we were free to choose from many different classes, allowing us to have a tailored degree that kept us very interested in. The lectures are great as the teachers are excellent and very helpful. City life was very active. There is always so many things to do and a lot of opportunities. In London, you can never get bored. Things are moving very fast, but sometimes you can get lonely even though it feels like you are doing many things.