I study medicine so I feel it differs in a lot of ways to other courses taught at the university. Most of my teaching takes place in small groups with staff present, I have one or two labs a week and the rest is lecture based. The number of lectures can vary every week. The timetable is usually quite organised, although towards the end of the year near exam time there was quite a lot of errors with students turning up and there was no class. I heard a lot of issues that were the same with other courses because of problems with Glasgow university's room booking system this year. The Wolfson Medical Building is excellent and fit for purpose, the canteen could be larger though. The library needs more books and a larger space as there is no room to study near exam time.
The content of my course is high, I felt there wasn't enough support from staff in coping with the amount of work. Most of the work is self guided. There isn't much course work through out the year but enough to annoy you when you have a lot of other things to get on with.