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Your Student Centres are here to help you with a wide range of information, advice and guidance to support you through your studies. If you're in any doubt about where you should go to find out about something, get in touch.
You have a wide choice of where to live when you come to study at the University of Derby, either in University halls of residence or in private housing.
Most first year students live in halls - they're just a short walk from our campuses and a great place to make friends. They offer you safe, good-value accommodation with other students.
If you’re thinking about living in halls, make sure you take some time to find out about your options and visit us at an Open Day to take a tour of some accommodation.
It goes without saying that as a student, you’ll spend a lot of time using libraries. The ones you will find at Derby are well-stocked with books, journals, multimedia and archive material, and well-equipped with technology to support your studies. But importantly, they are also pleasant places to work.
You can study at the buzzing, contemporary campus of Derby, the grand 18th-century Dome in Buxton, or the beautifully restored building in Chesterfield: wherever you are, it’s hard not to feel motivated.They have invested heavily in first-class facilities so all their campuses at the University of Derby contain the latest equipment and technology. The result is courses with valuable hands-on experience, which give you a taste of life beyond university.
University of Derby reputation for sport is one of the fastest growing in the country! They have strong links with both Derby County Football Club and Derbyshire County Cricket Club. A string of Olympians have worn the orange and blue of Team Derby and many of their teams play at the £10.8 million sports centre.
To get more out of your time at university, look to your Union of Students. They provide so many great services – from fun nights out to sports teams and societies, impartial advice, campaigns for change and more.
The Union is run completely by students and is independent of the University, though obviously we work closely together. You automatically become a member of the Union when you enrol and start your course.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, Studyportals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.
I enjoyed most of the modules although some markings were not satisfactory. I also enjoyed placements as I experiences working with individuals from diverse background.
My university is very practical, every new skill learned is put in practice, the teachers are very helpful and supporting, and also we are offered a huge accessibility to a lot of resources which help us to enhance the quality of our studies
Could be vastly improved