3.2 / 5
3.2 / 5

Law, Keele University

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#72 out of 112 UK Universities for Law

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2 Law reviews at Keele University


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Student Review: 2 /5
By On 13th October 17

Not worth the money!! 4 hours compulsory contact time and lectures that are put online. Very minimal support!

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Student Review: 4 /5

Law, LLB Hons

By On 18th December 16

Around 8-15 hours worth of lectures and seminars to attend with a lecture size of around 200+ and seminar classes with around 10-20. The amount of pre-reading required is quite a lot however the course is certainly helped with excellent teaching quality and a accessible personal tutor who you can talk to.

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