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- Blended learning.
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- From September, subject to Covid rules in place at the time, they are planning for teaching to be delivered face to face, whilst restricting gatherings in large numbers. Teaching sessions involving more than 50 students will continue to take place online.
12 Law reviews at Oxford Brookes University
Law, LLB Hons
The lecturers are rude and they don't want to acknowledge you at all. I would not even bother trying to talk to admissions at all because a lady called Mandy was extremely rude about my mental health issues. The course content was all mixed up, and the modules that were available had nothing to do with the degree you chose, there wasn't even any relation too it. I never even met my personal tutor so I don't even know if they exist, the value for money is extremely poor. If you don't value anything then this is great.
Law, LLB Hons
I really enjoy my course however it annoys me when lecturers cut the lectures short or in the second semester of a double module there are barely any lectures. There are 12 week semester, with lectures often ending in week 9/10, which is annoying as I've paid for the full 12. Most of the courses are well structured and and a lot is taught to us. I do worry about my job prospects, however I think this is more personal, rather than a fault with the course. When speaking to law firms they have said that to most firms (mainly non-magic circle ones) that they don't mind which uni a person went to so long as you have a good grade.