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Applying to University of Law
- Entry Requirements
112-127 UCAS Points
Average range for University of Law entry requirements. Varies depending on the course.
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- Virtual open day has taken place.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Teaching and examinations will continue to be delivered on campus where this was already planned with room layouts moved back to their usual teaching format to support group working as appropriate. If you have examinations that are planned to be online these will continue to be online as notified. Whilst not mandatory, we strongly encourage everyone visiting the campus to wear a face covering in busy areas and teaching rooms.
Read University of Law Reviews
Limited access to societies and clubs due to size of campuses being very small. Amazing lecturers though, and good facilities
Great tutors and friendly security guards! Love the environment of the campus as well! Never regretted choosing ULaw Bristol!
The uni of law is a good uni it's a nice campus and I like the learning
It's really great, the teachers are nice and funny
There are many things to love about staying here. I would begin with the fact that the members of staff like Jas,Diger, Hugo etc. were always there to help with any issues I had. I remember reporting an issue a day before and it was resolved the very next day. Stay here means living in convenience as it is close to the town centre and next to restaurants such as, (McDonald’s, GDK, Treats, KFC, Creams, Nando’s, The Oracle). The train station and the gym are less than 5 minutes away from the accomodation. So if you’re a lazy person like me, then book asap and stop wasting time. Also, I’d like to mention that, they were very flexible with the payment plan, by allowing me to have a four instalment plan rather than three which is something I didn’t even know was possible.
Good university and nice calpus
Very good curriculum, well set out. Good timetable. Amazing in general.
Really good uni if you want smaller classes and lectures who have first hand legal experience and careers. The careers services in particular are really good and proactive.
It is a very testing experience, and is a course that requires a lot of work but I am learning a lot
I can't say that it was amazing experience due to the COVID-19 restrictions, but I like it here.
Really good university with excellent facilities
WOW! Great experience despite these awful times
I've settled in well here, having made new friends and gotten used to the teaching methods. Whilst it's difficult to keep focus at times, especially in 2-hour sessions from 3:45pm-5:45pm, I still get the work done and am happy to be there.
The University of Law (Exeter) has all the benefits of the University of Exeter's clubs and societies, whilst also providing the University of Law's high standard of teaching.
The university is in a great location with a lot of amenities closeby as it is in the city centre. The tutors and staff are supportive and friendly. The teaching style is interactive and informal and all books and equipment is provided on inductions or at the start of each term. They have a brilliant careers and pro bono service and really do work on improving their services to their student satisfaction. The library is law and business focused and have great access to law databases, job teaser and printers/books.
I love the uni of law! the contact hours are great, leaving us plenty of time to complete our work outside of class. There are multiple ways we are examined; written exams, coursework and oral exams. The employability/ careers advice is the best part in my opinion. I have gotten lots of pro-bono from my uni and have had lots of help with my CV,