Best Universities for Law
|University of Strathclyde||#69|
|Anglia Ruskin University (ARU)||#70|
|University of Surrey||#71|
|University of Derby||#72|
|Leeds Beckett University||#73|
|Brunel University London||#74|
|Robert Gordon University (RGU)||#75|
|City, University of London||#76|
|University of Hull||#78|
Accommodation in Leeds
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open day on 1st Jul.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Studies will be a mix of predominantly in-person, on-campus activities and classes, recorded video content and other online and digital materials supplied, reflecting what will maximise learning on a course-by-course level, as well as supporting more vulnerable learners. The delivery of lectures will either by in-person on-campus or delivered online, depending on your course, and will be recorded where possible and pedagogically desirable. Further detail on the mix of teaching and learning activities can be found in the course specifications.
6 Law reviews at Leeds Beckett University
Law, LLB HonsBy member567146 On 11th March 22
Helpful tutors and interesting way of teaching
Law, LLB HonsBy member852723 On 1st December 20
Great course, good teachers
Law, LLB HonsBy member551972 On 7th November 20
Very fun and teachers where all helpful
Law, LLB HonsBy member437916 On 14th May 19
Really supportive tutors, always available for a chat and to help
Law, LLB HonsBy member1026228 On 4th April 17
the course is ridiculously unstructured and covers very little topics. The information isn't something you'd be able to bring to the table as a real lawyer, and they do little to prepare you for the world of work beyond university - just getting you to regurgitate information in pathetic assignments that you receive low quality feedback on with no clear direction as to how to improve. They needn't bother anyway because the terrible reputation this university has earned means you're less than likely to get a job anyway.
Law, LLB HonsBy Freeb On 2nd May 15
My university is great, but I do not feel that any university course is worth £9000 a year. I wish I had never gone and simply stuck it out on my own, as I don't feel any more advantaged with the prospects of a degree.