Aston University is a beautiful campus which is well kept and maintained. Support for students is available within every sector of the University, such as IT, health care and financial support. They constantly ask students for feedback, showing that they care about the students opinions and value their thoughts which ultimately affect the progression of the university. English Language BSc is a plentiful degree which systematically reviews the utilisation and analysis of communication, whilst cross analysing it with real life practical scenarios. Job opportunities are explored throughout the course, allowing students to relate their module to an actual job role to help with future decisions. The only down fall I feel, is the technological resources. The computers are old and there are always issues with the internet and certain softwares. The first time I had an online examination, the exam was postponed for over an hour due to technological problems! There are limited printers and scanners available throughout the university. During busy periods (examination times) it is difficult to find areas of study that you can remain in, however the university is opening new areas to address this problem. Comparing resources, Aston appears behind other unis - for example, my friend attends DMU where there are Macs on site and hot water taps available for students to use for lunch/hot drinks (Aston also has an expensive cafeteria). Another downfall that is beneficial to tech/science and business students, is that they have their own private study rooms which seems unfair from an outsiders point of view. From glances inside the glass doors, the rooms are decorated with sofas and study spaces which always seem empty. Overall, Aston University is a lovely campus that does have their students interests at heart. With only a few down falls which may be constrained by funding, I think Aston is a great learning environment which provides excellent teaching and well thought out degree structuring.