The University of Law has a Student Association which aims to represent the students and make a positive impact on their university experience. There is a student parliament, led by the Student Association President who work to ensure that pupils' voices are heard.
Students can nominate themselves to be involved as one of the Vice Presidents, Liberation Officers, Course Representatives, Student Member of Committees or a Student Trustee. There is also the chance to become a Class Representative to represent your workshop class.
Whether it’s bowling in Birmingham, football leagues in Bristol and Leeds, debating societies in Chester and Guildford, a creative writing group on Manchester, or entering a team for University Challenge in London, wherever you study you’ll have a variety of activities to choose from. Students have the chance to start their own society too, allowing them to demonstrate leadership and organisational skills on their CV at the same time.
The University of Law is spread over 14 different locations across the UK and Hong Kong, with undergraduate degrees offered at 8 UK campuses. This means that city life will vary depending on where you choose to study. The university is located in many student-friendly areas. From the hustle and bustle of the capital in London, to the thriving music and arts scene in Manchester, each city has something to offer in your spare time, not to mention student-friendly events all year long at a fraction of the cost. Each university campus is also close to the city centre, where many law and business companies are based – allowing you to get work experience and build your contacts.
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