Teaching will be online until Monday 22 February, subject to confirmation from government that face-to-face teaching can resume then. The only exceptions are for Education (Initial Teacher Training), Physician Associates, Speech & Language Therapy and Pharmacy programmes where face-to-face teaching continues to be allowed.
Tutors and lecturers are dedicated to ensuring students are fully understanding the course content, and make full use of BlackBoard by posting revision/lecture content on a regular basis, alongside tips and tricks to help with exams.
Some of the lectures are better than others. A LOT better. We get given a lot of handouts but legal skills is so boring for people with an already at least very basic legal knowledge or even just common sense
There is so much support and advice if you ever need help. Also, I believe that the teaching facilities and online resources are really useful in enhancing your learning. The university has so many job prospects, volunteering and free courses that you can do which is useful in maximising your knowledge and also finding a job.