Virtual Q&A sessions on 19th Jan & 29th Jan. On-campus open day on 22nd Jun.
They aim to provide as much on-campus teaching as possible. They’ll continue with its ‘block teaching’ approach for most courses during the 2021-22 academic year, meaning you’ll learn in small study groups in four blocks of seven weeks. In addition to the existing expectation of wearing face coverings in corridors and communal spaces, face coverings must now be worn by all staff and students wherever it is difficult to maintain social distancing indoors.
Great course, mainly good tutors. Law course is very independent however I would like some more help for certain topics included in the curriculum. Not entirely sure about the career prospects as I'm a first year but so far so good.
Tutors very generously leave resources available to us either on paper or give links online and direct us where to go, but not too much that we don’t learn independent study skills. Lecture captures are available to those who cannot make it to a lecture and tutors are always willing to chat with students who missed a workshop. Plenty of courses to choose from and they always keep careers and job prospects as a priority, the careers adviser occasionally pops in the lecture at the end of session to give really helpful tips.
Very happy with my choice. A lot of practical work done in the first year and is extremely helpful as it shows us the applied side of law, and allows us to get hands on grip with the English legal system- not just the theory.
The staff are always supportive. The materials are engaging and fully prepare you for exams. There are lots of extra curricular activities to get involved with such as the award winning student law society and fantastic pro bono events