By Sadiah,Written on Mar 17 , 2019
It has been great. I would have preferred ideally to be studying full time, both London campuses are situated in really desirable locations, that are student friendly. I'm enjoying it, despite the stresses of life, I am glad to have chosen the University of Law
The facilities are decent, some aspects are better than others. The Moorgate campus has more modern facilities. The Bloomsbury campus needs better toilet facilities (more up to date toilets) but otherwise, it is a clean working/studying environment, regardless of some updates which the facilities require.
What I like most: I like the facilitator angle to it, and the workshop team dynamics in class. What I dislike most- I don't really dislike anything about it.
London is a busy city, it has a lot to offer, something for everyone. I get around the city easily with my oyster student card. There's a lot to discover in the city, and so there is always something to do, see, explore, experience, etc.
There is continual employability updates provided via email and on campus boards/ads, etc. The personal tutor also regularly advocates and reminds students of the employability and career services available on campus, and encourages putting time in to book an appointment for personalised services. These reminders assist in students to focus on their future goals, such as the need to continually progress on their employability development, by actively considering and pursuing great opportunities.
I think it's excellent, better than in past academic experience I have had.
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