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Postgraduate Reviews of Courses at The University of Law

The University of Law is very good for teaching the LPC and is very focused on providing the students with the best knowledge and training in order to achieve the best results in the exams and be prepared for future trainee tasks.
The staff members are all very pleasant and willing to help.
The environment can get a bit busy and overwhelming at times due to the very big amount of students constantly being in the same building at the same time, but the University manages to organise classes efficiently and accomodate everyone's needs. read full review
Course is well taught and structured, but there is little tutor support outside of designated teaching time. Workshops prepare students for the content of exams, but less so for how to approach them overall. read full review
So far I am enjoying it. The teachers make everything easy to understand. it a beautiful campus, there are different events organised by the school. free massages, free manicure. its a really nice experience in general. read full review
Its is very informative but there is too much information to digest in a 6 month period and if possible more information on the exams.
But other than that there are lockers but i dont really use it. read full review
I look forward to every day I have to be at university . I have made great friends along the way and the staff is always so friendly . I rate it A class and 5 star read full review
The course is challenging however the tutors are extremely knowledgeable and helpful. The environment of having a class is extremely beneficial as you get to know your peers and are encouraged to understand the course better. read full review
Focus on careers is good and suits the LPC qualification. Lots of opportunity for academic feedback helps. Living in London is expensive but there’s always lots to do. read full review

MA Law

THE UNIVERSITY OF LAW

Georgia - February 2019

I love studying MA Law. It is difficult, but I like a challenge! It is very time consuming but it will all be worth it. It is important to keep up to date with work set so you do not fall behind. read full review
very positive - most of us live at home and commute in - no accomodation on campus - yet still has a very friendly atmosphere even though there are very few societies and clubs to take part in read full review
UoL has been a useful kickstart to postgrad life in London. It (rightly) focuses on teaching quality and employability over clubs, societies and communal events, but this is what most people who come here are looking for. read full review