Ucas code: L14
Some on campus architecture needs a modern updateReport
There are nine colleges at Lancaster University, eight for Undergraduates and one for graduate students each with their own...
There are nine colleges at Lancaster University, eight for Undergraduates and one for graduate students each with their own bar, although undergraduates are welcome to use the graduate bar. each bar has its own theme, for example, Fylde bar has a sporty theme, whereas Furness' bar has more of a pub feel to it. The student union is spread out throughout the campus and most student union activities take place in each of the college bars as Lancaster operates on a collegiate system. Lancaster has many grassy outdoorsy spaces where people can gather for barbeques during the summer without having to purchase anything and each of the colleges has its own common room which can be booked out for no fee, these common rooms usually each contain a piano as well. I like the fact that Lancaster University operates using the collegiate system as it makes it easier to meet people and make friends as it breaks people down into smaller groups and makes it easier to interact with people.×
Easy to manage money, shopping is easy, and buses to time are cheap.Report
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For law at Lancaster University, there are no course-specific facilities. Generally, each week there is no more 10 contact...
For law at Lancaster University, there are no course-specific facilities. Generally, each week there is no more 10 contact hours. Alongside the 9 compulsory modules studied, there is a varied option of around 20 modules that can be chosen. Almost all of the modules are taught well and made interesting. Modules are assessed usually by a mixture of an exam and a piece of coursework, for which you receive feedback from the relevant lecturer,×
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