5 Tips for a Year Abroad

Saturday 20 September 2014 - Victoria Rowley

Moving to a new country, away from the familiarities of home, can feel like a daunting concept. Yet, that was the decision I made when I chose to embark upon the opportunity to study abroad for a year as part of my law degree. In August last year I packed my bags and embarked on […]

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Young and Abroad: Tips for International Student

Young and Abroad: Tips for International Student

Saturday 20 September 2014 - Davis Tan

“Home is not where you live but where they understand you.”  –  Christian Morgenstern It was not too long ago that I first boarded my flight to the UK. At that moment, I was admittedly nervous – wary of the unknown, feeling strangely alone. I have never been so far away from home, or stayed […]

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A Fresher’s Guide to Getting Ahead in First Year

A Fresher’s Guide to Getting Ahead in First Year

Saturday 20 September 2014 - Lauren Turner

Here is a little all-in-one guide to the most important bits of your first year of your law degree. Your lectures You will shortly, if not already, have had some introductory lectures; as a real treat law students’ lectures normally begin during Fresher’s week. The introductory lectures tend to be useful so do make sure […]

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Things I wish I had Known as a First Year

Things I wish I had Known as a First Year

Saturday 20 September 2014 - Lauren Turner

Use a laptop in lectures if you are able (it is so much easier to keep track of your notes) and download the module hand outs from Moodle – this will allow you to copy and paste a case name where they’re particularly difficult to spell and mean you’re not flicking across countless pieces of […]

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