Cheap hall near the Uni of Sunderland
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Social spaces, gym and convenient location
It's only 27 minutes from the University of Sunderland
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Applying to University of Sunderland
- Entry Requirements:
144-159 UCAS Points
Average range for University of Sunderland entry requirements. Varies depending on the course.
- TEF Rating
More details of our TEF outcome can be found on the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) website.
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning
- ONLINE OPEN DAY:
- 15th August
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Planning to use traditional campus-based methods, supported by online provision.
University of Sunderland Reputation
The University of Sunderland is located in North East England, Tyne and Wear. The reputation for teaching has been recognised with a Silver rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework. 14,070 students are enrolled at The University of Sunderland:
- 11,455 of these students come from the UK
- 995 come from other EU countries
- And 1,615 are students from non-EU countries.
(Source: HESA 2017/18)
The graduate outcomes for The University of Sunderland show that six months after leaving university, 94% of graduates are in work or further study. The average graduate salary six months after leaving The University of Sunderland, is £18,000 a year.
(Source: DLHE Survey 2016)
Updated: 23rd September 2019
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I should not consider Sunderland as a city it’s more a village and people will act like villagers as well, for me it’s not a bother but if you like clubbing and going out you have to spend some more money going somewhere else like newcastle and keep In mind that the metro isn’t in your favour, the university has some free activities that are interesting but the fact that they are put in the middle of the week makes it difficult for every student to attend. To be honest I didn’t like Sunderland at all and I can’t wait to leave but the university worth’s the effort but make sure you have friends to spend some time with cause there aren’t many things you can do if you don’t like theatre or casino games. Also I find it difficult to find a job here you can work in a factory close in the city but if you like something else is better to look somewhere else cause the payment can’t be good for a student especially if you are an international student there is a procedure that takes a month
Spent £4.500 on nothing so far. Learning has stopped since enrolment. I do not recommend anyone does an IFY here. It's just a money spinner. I'm hoping that learning commences next year, or I'll be requiring a refund, or lawsuit.The pointless tasks aren't teaching me a thing. For instance....a project worth a lot of points. Design an app that will never be built, for imaginary people who will never exist!? You work that one out! Linear 'learning' models sold as cycles, and time wasting exercises.I could've been SISCO certified by now if I was in charge of spending my funding.
I had a wonderful experience at Sunderland University. I recently finished my degree in Biomedical Science and the faculty and teaching were excellent. I found the lecturers were always engaged and willing to help. If they offered more postgraduate science courses I would have happily stayed on to do a masters.
Sunderland is a fantastic university. I loved my time here, in the Psychology department. I only graduated last year and I intend on going back for further study. The Psychology department has the most supportive and thorough lecturers I have ever met. It was most definitely the best experience of education I have ever had. I would recommend Sunderland university to my family, my friends and anyone who cared to listen. Donna.
Don't even bother applying for this uni, the facilities will screw you, every single minute they crash! Got back up? don't worry because their Macs/PC will do everything it can to destroy your backups too. I have failed my submissions because of the facilities and sent them an email about the problems. After paying your tuition fee they just won't give a damn about you. Extremely disappointed with this university and I REGRET COMING HERE
The course I attended needed improvements in my opinion. I personally think Sunderland is a nice city. Some of the services offered by the university can be a little expensive considering it is supposedly one of the cheapest parts of the country.
save up, go across the tyne and study at norhumbria or newcastle. there is no money at the uni, no atmosphere about the place especially at st peters campus, the student union building is non-existent (go check out leeds' SU building in comparison), was told that grades above 75 are scrutinized. best things? one library is 24/7, there's a greggs at city campus, city life (drinks/rent) is cheap.
I chose Sunderland because the campus and facilities are all new and lovely, as well as being rated one of the best psychology departments in the North East. There wasn't enough focus on what to do when we graduated before third year, meaning we have had to fend for ourselves a lot to find a graduate job. Despite this, the people and staff were fantastic.
Only reason the SU isn't so good is because the social venue is at St Peter's campus only and it's a bit out dated. However, the services they provide are really good from what I've heard. The rest of the university is fab apart from the login system for wifi can be a pain to connect to but once your on its fine