It’s a beautiful campus, we have world class lecturers and depending on what kind of student you are, you can choose to be as involved or as excluded as you want. There’s constant opportunities to offer advice and change to the university itself, to your core courses, you can be involved in the SU, in changes on campus, in societies and clubs. There’s literally enough socially to keep you busy all day every day, before even looking at your degree work. And yet you can sack all of that off and just do your own thing if you want, come and go as you please, find some quite space on a campus of over 20,000 students. It’s really beautiful and there are so many opps for career development, support, guidance etc.