With COVID it was honestly a hit or miss. If I as an international student was spending £16,000 on a single year, I’d hope I’d receive top tier education. I was very disappointed with my personal tutor. I literally receive absolutely no logical info and have to contact other students’ tutors for help. The teaching methods lacked creativity and was very routinely. I just dont think it was worth half the price i paid.
An amazing double-degree giving the opportunity to explore two different legal systems and two different approaches on legal studies, with an excellent opening to opportunities on an international scale.
Teaching is to a high standard with a few lecturers really standing out and excelling in their modules.
The majority of modules in the first and second years of study are compulsory and must be passed in order to attain a qualifying law degree. Staff make even the most mundane modules as interesting and current.
By the third year, there is more choice and flexibility to follow personal interests. The optional modules offered covered a wide range of subjects.
The Law School and Law Society also provide a varied range of extra curricular activities to participate in. I was fortunate enough to work with the Law Clinic. I would strongly recommend that every student gets involved in some form of legal extra curricular in addition to studies.
Throughout your degree, the Law School provide fantastic support to help you boost your employability and notify all students of any opportunities.
The school of Law is a fantastic department. They never allow a student to be overlooked.