Best part about my uni has got to be how diverse and big our communities are. Of course the reputation is a plus for certain degrees like architecture and art, but for maths for example, which also happens to be my degree, where it's not as well known, i think ucl should put more focus on subjects like this to improve its reputation in subjects where it may not be as well known for. We have some great professors but there are a few whereby I can see they are obviously incredibly smart, but on the matters if they can teach is another subject. Also, particularly in my field of study, i see how disproportionate the women to men ratio is for postgrad levels/professors - but it's more or leas 50:50 for undergraduate level which, as a woman, does make me feel great that ucl has this balance. I also enjoy how we're near to london student union but i would like to mention that although our ucl student union does try their best to help us, some student reps are inactive such as our activities officer who is meant to help us with union activities/queries but to this day he has not responded to me since October. In terms of facilities, whilst i can see other degree subjects have great facilities (such as BASc which i honestly think is one of the key selling points of UCL, along with the Bartlett School of Architecture), facilities for the Maths department for example is very poor. We pay the same amount of tuition fees but I honestly don't see where our money is going to as our department building is very old - it's on top of the student union so we dont even have our own building - and we have poor facilities and sometimes even have lectures in hotel conferance halls (keep in mind especially in first year where everyone does compulsory modules that we have lectures for roughly 300 people). I would like to see a better use of our tuition fees, whether its investing for more lecture Maths lecture halls which are run down or old or by making lectures available online (they dont screen cast them), or perhaps printing out lecture notes for us instead of us using our money to print them out ourselves, or ideally it would be nice if they all gave us an ipad so we save money and we can actually use it in our studies - frankly a £300 to £700 ipad is far less than the tuition fees we pay. I would honestly just like to see where our money is going into.