This year I am a commuting student so my experiences this year are slightly different to that of my first year. Overall the campus is easily to locate and is somewhat central to Stoke on Trent with easily accessible public transport (and a cab office in the middle of campus) however it is split to two different sides in terms of venues, oneside has the family friendly bar whereas the other is more the sports friendly and nightlife side. As a commuter I have to find a sweet spot for parking... so far I still haven’t found this sweet spot. The facilities now include a new motion capture studio, a VR development room and a completely new Carman studios which is Home of most things art/design/ media based (including games). In terms of courses and careers there is plenty in terms of careers fairs, a healthful careers Center who can work on cvs, interview preparation and helping to find work/ internships. They also host a cv competition for the most creative cv. I currently have affiliations to my students union (committee roles and Trustee) the union is great for advise or if you need a chat, financial help or advise as well as prospective jobs. Mine is quite politically driven which can be a good thing.