Best Universities for Law
|University of Aberdeen||#45|
|University of Leeds||#46|
|University of Bradford||#48|
|University of Portsmouth||#49|
|University of East Anglia (UEA)||#51|
|University of Sunderland||#53|
Portsmouth Student Accommodation
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 8th Oct, 5th Nov & 10th Dec.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- They're planning for most of your learning to be face-to-face teaching but with some elements of online provision.
12 Law reviews at University of Portsmouth
Law With Criminology, LLB HonsBy member1069691 On 29th June 22 Verified student
My course was great, but the best thing about my course was my personal tutor, Caroline is fantastic and I honestly wouldn’t have been able to do this year without her!
Law With Criminology, LLB HonsBy member960207 On 16th June 21 Verified student
My tutor was an amazing lady, she helped me with any and all issues I had and was there every step of the way. The criminology course wasn’t well taught in my opinion, and I know lots of other students who agree with me. It was difficult to learn due to this, and feedback felt like I was being told off rather than taught how to improve. Overall other lecturers were brilliant.
Law With International Relations, LLB HonsBy member1058476 On 21st May 21 Verified student
It’s a very difficult but it’s okay
Law, LLB HonsBy member1158242 On 19th May 21 Verified student
Great course would recommend. Have enjoyed my time studying
Law With Business, LLB HonsBy member557638 On 12th May 21 Verified student
This course has many job prospects and is generally well taught across the faculty, but experiences generally differ depending on the tutors you get.
Law With Criminology, LLB HonsBy member550083 On 27th July 20
I absolutely love studying law and find that my personal tutor along with a few other lecturers can not do enough to support me not just academically but personally. I have a few lecturers who care more about my mental health and well-being than grades, which is a breath of fresh air and makes me feel truly valued. Unfortunately there doesn’t seem to be much communication between the Law and Criminology departments which makes it difficult to do a combined degree, and therefore I would recommend doing one or the other .
Law, LLB HonsBy member545796 On 17th February 20
Really well structured and great tutors
Law With Business, LLB HonsBy member745181 On 3rd February 20 Verified student
Law with business course here is very useless. It should be called law with human resources other than business. Law department doesn't help students enough to inform about internships etc.
Law With Business, LLB HonsBy Kim On 20th October 19
Havent got to job prospects yet
Law With International Relations, LLB HonsBy PortsmouthLawGuy On 4th August 18
Very well taught in great depth, but some members of staff on the International Relations side are a bit 'wobbly'. Law side was great, and the IR school did respond to this by changing the staff on certain units.
Law, LLB HonsBy member825696 On 8th January 17
Law, LLB HonsBy member424777 On 23rd November 16 Verified student
The hall management looks down on students and are not very friendly. The staff of the dining room is quite friendly, especially the ladies who always try to make sure that the hungry students get what they need. The quality of the food is not that great, especially the vegetables. They have a lot of desserts, over 7 choices of donuts and other fatty things. Wish they spend more money on proper vegetables and cook them well. The pantries on the floors are comparable with just a plain table and a smallest microwave ever. Every floor is carpeted and they don't clean the carpet very often. It's feels like a prison, because they also claim to do room checks and already assume that we violate their rules. I do not recommend this hall.