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Applying to De Montfort University (DMU)
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Not yet specified
- ONLINE OPEN DAY:
- On-campus only Sept
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Large-scale lectures will be delivered in an online format for the whole of the academic year. For other teaching they are planning and considering whether it will be online or face-to-face.
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De Montfort University (DMU) Reputation
De Montfort University is located in Central England, East Midlands. The reputation for teaching has been recognised with a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework. 25,810 students are enrolled at De Montfort University:
- 20,465 of these students come from the UK
- 1,175 come from other EU countries
- And 4,115 are students from non-EU countries.
(Source: HESA 2018/19)
The graduate outcomes for De Montfort University show that six months after leaving university, 97% of graduates are in work or further study. The average graduate salary six months after leaving De Montfort University, is £19,800 a year.
(Source: DLHE Survey 2016)
Updated: 23rd September 2019
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DMU is a very diverse university, ranging from the subjects taught to the people on campus - I've interacted with a lot of people on campus ranging from various walks of life to technical strengths and all of them have one thing in common; doing the absolute best they can in their studies and personal time. All of my lecturers are superb at what they teach and will almost move heaven and earth to assist you - even if it's not directly related to your course. The campus is clean and modern, and the facilities are some of the best when comparing to other universities I've seen (such as the 24/7/365 library). Being a computing student, I found that there were a lack of societies for people like me (apart from course-related societies such as the DMU Hackers, Robotics Club etc.). Another issue I found is that the careers service isn't always great at best, but I have a feeling that this may change over time. All in all, DMU is an excellent university and I'm glad that I had picked it.
I made an enquiry CIPD (level 7) accredited Master’s program in late 2019. Last date of application was May 2020. Due to Covid related over-occupation, I dropped the idea of taking a course this year. One fine day, DMU franchisee contacted me and insisted I submit a late application if I'm still interested. I asked them a lot of pre-application questions, including the expected travel in 2nd Semester/Q1 of 2020. We had 6-7 email exchanges and they also called 2-3 times. I felt very motivated, changed my mind and I submitted a late application. Till date my application has not been replied, despite reminders. Few days back I got an email with access info to DMU library, and yesterday I got invitation to a webinar - the webinar is scheduled for 29 June and invitation comes on 2 July. I'm ignoring the recent emails (it could be spam). However, I'm disappointed with the process I went through with DMU contacts for the admission.
I am doing a part time GDL here distance learning over two years. It is good value for money and the study weekends are very good. The quality of the teaching is very high as is the study materials. There are some IT problems but they worked hard to resolve them. In relation to COVID19 the university I feel has been fair to everyone allowing online assessment which I have just completed this week. Given I have health issues, my health and well being is very important. I think the university have been fair and to be honest why would you want to sue them as others have said on here because it's a Force Majeure it's not their fault. 5 Star teaching. It may not be London or hip. It may not be a crème de la crème university but they have a fab law team here.
WiFi is a bit picky at times, sometimes doesn't work. The physical aspect of DMU is great, but it doesn't help that they keep cutting funding to courses that aren't math/science/English because, as stereotypical views go, creative courses don't bring in money, which couldn't be more wrong. Get the funding aspect right and DMU would be a great university.
While I'm not able to compare this University to others, I will say it is the best possible choice I could've made by coming here. I have enjoyed almost every minute of being here and I know that if I ever come to an issue I will be able to rely on staff and students to aid me.
DMU is an excellent university with incredible teachers and lecturers. They treat all students fairly and equally and are very helpful when you feel the stress of studying. There are plenty of study spaces and lots of communities to join. It is a bit of a pain to connect to their internet but I'm not sure if it's them or my laptop (Or that I'm just useless with computers!). Overall DMU is a great establishment and would recommend to anyone that wishes to go into higher education.
There's many societies to join and if you can't find what you're looking for you can create your own! The only improvement I'd make is varying the employers brought in for careers fairs as when I went most of the employers were looking for law or finance students for internships/apprenticeships which isn't great if you study something else
Love the campus and the facilities available to get on with my various assignments. Most lecturers are friendly and keep lecture interesting. Don't personally use the union as I find drinks to be expensive when they do events and music to be generic r n b Lots of societies available
the mentors and welfare have been great. However the wait times are really long and make it hard to manage work and mental health when there is a 14week wait for counciling. the course itself the facilities are really good and the workshops are well organised with knowledgeable staff
is a very good experience really enjoy it, but the student union is there but no actual use the su club isn't the best. there is a job centre for part-time or placement, but the centre isn't the best as it didn't really give a clear direction to what and how the centre work
The campus has all the facilities you'll ever need, from art stores, dining halls, to a 24hr Library plenty of computers and graphic tablets to use. There are a range of clubs and societies to choose. The SU always keep you up to date with the university, as well as the city itself. There is always help when you need it, especially when it comes to your career. The Wifi is very good, you have access to it throughout the whole campus; including gyms and youth centres.
Can’t get onto the WiFi and it’s slow, limited amount of societies there is nothing art based there for art and design students. Facilities are good for the building I study in. Students union can be helpful but in my class they aren’t, they don’t want to do or say anything in case of upsetting lecturers. Careers service from what I’ve experienced is great, there is a whole department for every course to go to and use, careers fairs, guidance they couldn’t be more helpful.
I don't attend any of the societies to know what they are like. The Student Union are hard to get ahold of, and don't seem to to anything. They have no sense of presence (not necessarily a bad thing, I hate unions) Everything else is decent.
I entered the university as a student from a underrepresented and disadvantaged background, and I believe the university needs to develop an approach for identifying and reporting bullying. Some lecturers have been known to disregard or distort the negative impact of harmful behaviour, and blame or dehumanize the victim -- I was excluded from participating in the university as a whole during the first day.
I've never used the SU or careers service so can't comment on those. The clubs and societies don't feel very inclusive to new people (or at least the ones I tried), but that's a bit beyond the universities control really. Campus is nice, internat is incredible (hitting about 350mbps in the games labs)
As an adult autistic student in was encouraged by the reviews. However I have had to take the finance department to the 3rd stage of a complaint just to get an correct invoice. I have spent more time in the last year trying to get help from their 'disabilities ' service then I have on the actual work I have ment to be doing. And they dont even take the complaints seriously. Its sickening way to treat autistic people. Avoid.
Don't get too hung up on university rankings because they really don't matter. As long as it's good for your course then it's good. There's a thing called DMU Global where you get the chance to experience international opportunities and learn new languages. 24 hour library which is so so useful. You can also hire laptops to use if you don't have your own. There's a cafe and vending machines in the library in case you get hungry. Standard Eduroam wifi which is good, you may have to search for how to log in and stuff though. There are lots of sports clubs and societies which you will learn more about during the freshers fair. Overall it's not a bad uni.
The worst University ever. It seems to have a flashy new building but no a lot else. Students who cannot get into any other University will be welcomed here. The best thing is the nursing course. However, when it comes to entry requirements it's more overseas students that native speaker. The courses/grades and marking system are all adapted so if your English is well below par you'll still receive high grades and qualifications. In other words a degree from this University is worth nothing. The teaching staff are not academics. Avoid applying to this University.
Terrible service. Slow admission. I am an international student and there's alot of stuffs need to be done before studying abroad. They said that they only received my application form 2 days ago while i submitted it 3 weeks ago, and still haven't gotten any feedbacks. Worst uni ever. Wouldn't even rate them if its possible.
Uni has amazing WiFi connection throughout campus and many sporting societies for a variety of different people. The uni has loads of opertunities abroad and during holidays like DMU Global and other trips and placements
A very looking forward University for employment and offering opportunities to its students. Great communication between the tiers of members of staff from the Vice Chancellor to Lecturers and Student Union Elected Officers
I’ve absolutely loved the whole experience of uni- my Foundation Degree with Leicester College was so interesting and provided me with knowledge that I doubt I’d have been able to get anywhere else; the facilities I was able to access at De Montfort were instrumental to passing my course (the library was to die for, the support I had access to was always a safety net for me if I ever needed to access it); and I’ve really grown as a person (as cheesy as that sounds) thanks to the placements that I’ve been on for my course (most recently at a Special Needs school for children) and being about to join the amazing DSU Game of Thrones Society; the WiFi on campus was excellent; the staff at the DSU have always been so lovely to talk to and helpful with the issues that I needed their help with. Coming to De Montfort University, and taking my Foundation Degree, going on my placements, and joining the Game of Thrones society have all been some of the best things I’ve ever done with my life.
De Montfort is a very average university that sells itself to be something it’s not. Although investing a lot of money recently, the reparations haven’t seem to have done much good. The student union was closed all throughout my first year, and after it’s ‘grand’ opening, apparently it had changed very little from before. One of the reasons I chose DMU was because it offered one of the best rates of getting a placement year, although the placement year seem to be next to useless. In a meeting where I wanted assistance with applications I was essentially told just to apply to everything and good luck. Most of my enjoyment from university has come from the people I have lived with, and that could happen anywhere in the world.
Emails are never replied to. The date for grades being handed back is always being postponed. Curriculum feels like it can bend to whatever the tutor fancies doing. On the Drama degree Adam has been known to mark people down for asking too many questions leading to a whole class being unsure on what on earth we were actually doing. Don't care what I graduate with at this point. Just want to leave
Coming to the end of my first year, Hate this Uni, you have no support from tutors with work, there's lots of last minute changes and teachers giving your mearly hours to complete assignments because they "forget" to release them yet expect you to complete them on time. some of my module tutors don't even know how to teach the modules, had one teaching us how to design a website, we realized she has no clue how to work visual studios, there no help for first years, its appalling, there are limited lab computers and software which costs you a few hundred pound can only be accessed on a few computers which for students such as myself living at home this is really hard to work with. you have to pay for your printing, you'd think my £9000 would cover all my printing but no, and don't get me started on the parking, there are no parking facilities for students who travel each day, I have to pay £2 an hour some days costing £12 as a student this is almost impossible to cover.. waste of money
Don't go to this Uni I came away destroyed! ageist tutors who were unhelpful and really let the establishment down, they are getting away with wasting peoples money and not providing the service, so log your lesson content, and if they fail you? sue them under the sale of goods act!! oh I forgot,,there is NO discipline/respect in lessons kick off your shoes leave coat on arrive late and crack on with your noisy breakfast foods in class is the moto of this UNI. The most frustrating ongoing experience ever.
I am very disappointed with Ivan Stafford since he was picking on my friend due to him not attending lesson but he had a valid reason not to go he is a law seminar teacher who ever has this person meet up and we can start a protest.
The University is beyond unsatisfactory in regards to maintaining the welfare of their students, Their Healthcare Science Audiology course was poorly structured and managed and lecturers were spiteful and unhelpful.
Spent £8000 to do the Legal Practice Certificate part time, distance learning. Poor support and although some very good tutors, staff treating mature students with the same amused contempt as they obviously treat undergraduates. Just because you are a good lawyer does not make you are good teacher! Off colour jokes and use of profane language by tutors! One tutor was so sarcastic and cold, they were complained about they were replaced in the second year. Even one of the exam invigilators was horrible and upset students. Never felt one could ask a query without being made to feel stupid, by the bad tutors.
Did the LLM Employment Law and Practice by distance learning. Paid £8000 for a bundle of handbooks to work through, many of which did not arrive in good time for the essay. Little support from lecturers because they are too busy with lectures. Failed to uphold student privacy and data protection.
To the master degrees is not a good choice. I did not received the proper education or the help. The tutor left my emails without a reply and in the end he left us without a reason. No classes, no tutorials for weeks we had to work without any guidelines.
Probably the worst university i have ever been too. I attended for my MSc Engineering, very few Electronics lecturers actually help you pass exams most of them don't care. Very little contact time and almost impossible to contact any staff outside of the lecture. The Mechatronics is even worse as they just send you links to information that is on the web from other universities. As i said for Engineering avoid at all costs.
Nightlife is vibrant in the city of Leicester's size. Clubs and societies are getting better each year. However there doesn't seem like you could stumble upon spontaneous and random events on campus that help create a dynamic university social world.
A great campus uni right near the heart of leicester city centre, which is vibrant and full of culture, with different events and things happening everyday. The lecturers that I have seen are really helpful and really know what they are talking about and have been very welcoming and helped us to relax into our first year of the course.
Campus wide wifi, never had a problem once I got it all set up. Career opportunities are great, really high employment rate at the end of courses, jobs fairs throughout the year, motivational speakers that come in, volunteer opportunities to enhance the CV and give back to the community, lots of part time jobs available as well as a dedicated temping agency (though I didn't find that very useful). Students union seems alright, not hugely visible but I suppose they'd be there if needed. Loads of clubs and societies, went to the stalls at the beginning of the year and there are so many to pick and choose from, some are very serious and competitive others are a bit of fun, so there's something for every-one.
The placements and frontrunner internships make the student experience at De Montfort successful in terms of career building - there are so many societies that are also great at getting you prepared for industry, such as the Demon Media helping potential journalists. The campus is also lovely, and the lively city of leicester is great to explore and shop in. The bars and nightlife are great because you can choose how casual or dressed-up you want to go, and we're never short of music or other types of culture in leicester. - for instance our Diwali festival, the theatres, and all the events DMU arts students have on. Also because we have two universities it means that our city is really ready-made for students.
I've been at DeMontFort for my Foundation Art and Design course and will be returning to do a degree in game art and design, which is a testament to how good this uni is. I can't vouch for other subjects, but the staff on my course were mostly great, and the facilities I could use were impressive. The library is useful, although the printing system could use work. The campus itself is a pleasant place to be: there's a genuine sense of community and the place feels clean, modern and well kept. Overall my experience was a fantastic one, and I am looking forward to returning in september.
Awesome university, with fabulous facilities. The student welfare team are also fantastic, and the campus is always a hub for social activity. 24/7 library around exams, and the lecturers really care about their students.
Great university lovely campus . Facillities excellent has even got a gym and swimming pool .Course im studying is excellent studying youth and communities. Lots of opperertunaties to travel with DMU global to enhance studies .
I've just finished my first year at De Montfort and it has been a spectacular experience. There's a very big range of societies to join and it's definitely important to join atleast one so that you can get to know more people, learn something new or continue to practice an activity you already love. I signed up for Rugby, Salsa, Taekwondo and Pole Dance which keeps my week pretty busy but you have to remember that you won't have as much time to do these things when you're in full-time employment. Apart from societies, DMU has fantastic opportunities to volunteer, do internships or educate yourself further. The SquareMile has opportunities to volunteer more locally (on campus or within the city of Leicester itself) but if you're feeling more adventurous you can apply for an opportunity with DMU Global. Through DMU Global I have volunteered in India and I am currently writing this review from South Korea where I am doing summer school! The possibilities at DMU are endless.
Very friendly university with a wide range of subjects that bring a strange collection of people together. Close campus with a large amount of accomidation very near by helps to make it seem like its own small town. Only issues is the boring nature of Leicester city itself.
DMU is a fairly big campus, but not huge! It has a great atmosphere and really friendly staff. An incredible large amount of career opportunities and plenty of sports and societies to keep you entertained in your spare time. Top university for me!
Buildings are fantastic and modern - notably Kimberlin Library and Hugh Aston buildings. Could do with more scientific rooms and equipment, but what is there is good quality. Fantastic Career Opportunities with the Frontrunners placement scheme. Plenty of affordable clubs and pubs near campus and wifi is available in all buildings. The students union has a lot of popular events on but it's not really my scene personally.
Tutors in the Accounting and Finance department are brilliant. Always willing to help and always available. The student union is very disappointing as it is quite expensive and i wouldn't say it was 'for the students'. There are a huge range of societies and if there isn't one that suits you then you can go about setting up your own. Overall, the university as a whole is very good and is growing each year.
Dmu is a amazing place to study whether it is Fashion,Law, Business, Graphics I.T and etc Dmu is best place to be. Not far from shops , Leica Market or Highcrossand even not far from night clubs and cocktail bars too. The socials are amazing.come to the open day this week.
There is no way I can fault the uni, apart from my course having one rubbish lecture who doesn't care for his students, other than that there is nothing they won't help you with, and the general atmosphere wherever you go on campus is always a good one.
My experience so far has been wonderful but that would be down to my flatmates. DMU itself has been a let down. They aren't organised and have messed up some of my coursework. I have had issues with tutors and have complained but I am yet waiting on results. I don't feel like I have had any support from DMU at all.
DeMomtfort is not in France
Very friendly. Great support network Lectures are really helpful Most of the work is on our VLE system Great location in the city -near to everything Great city - easy to get to other places Good public transport Loads of new buildings. All the old ones are in the process of being upgraded Loads of new facilities State of the art medical equipment New practice medical wards Great councilling system Doctors on site Near to 2 parks Good security Cheap to live in the city Great new gym with cheap rates for students Lots of societies Lots of SU funding available Encourages events Great student radio and media
People tend not to have heard of it. Because its an ex-poly some people can be snobby about it. Su could be bigger and have a bigger range of societies.
art and design foundation
Good workshops, good time with tutors, peer assessments are useful, support with uni applications
Don't know where my money's going, no support with jobs, no student life for foundation students