Good course but not good value for money. First year was amazing but second year has been nowhere near as good. Crap teaching and no system to change things, either that or no one wants to hear your complaints about members of staff.
The tutors are terrible when it comes to attending to our concerns or any issues we are having with content. Some are extremely patronizing and I do not feel like I understood half the content in year 1. I love my personal tutor, she has really supported me and given me advice where I have struggled, however I feel that there needs to be more in place to support us in our studies (especially now) and when it comes to job prospects during our studies to prepare us for afterwards.
The teaching methods are clear albeit the online course we has through out the semester. Tutors are there to answer and clear any of your doubts. Law is subjective, having a great support from the lecturers on the subject matter is utmost importance. Nottingham Trent does make sure that what you paid for are worth it. This review is written during the pandemic, you could expect a better interaction, and social engagement during normal term time.
I think the content is overwhelming, delivery this year has been poorly constructed and the chances of even succeeding as far as becoming a lawyer are very, very slim for all the stress mentally, physically and emotionally that you are put under. To have all of our studying restricted to MS Teams is not value for money, and to have students go in once a week, where is the incentive? What is the point.
I adore my course, I cannot wait until I can one day pursue a career in the legal sector. The Law School has given us opportunities to meet a different mix of people in our second year compared to our first, in spite of the current circumstances.
I love my corse and I feel I can do really well on it. However, I don’t like the fact for the Explaining criminology module that we have a different lecturer every week, some of which don’t teach very well