Ucas code: L14
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There is LICA which is the creative arts department, there are plays and concerts you can watch in the main building and big...
There is LICA which is the creative arts department, there are plays and concerts you can watch in the main building and big art exhibitions for fine arts degree students×
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I was disappointed at the contact time per week. For me, ten hours or there abouts is just not enough to justify the price of...
I was disappointed at the contact time per week. For me, ten hours or there abouts is just not enough to justify the price of the tuition fees, especially now that they have gone up so much! I feel that the course is challenging, perhaps a little too challenging in some aspects.. particularly if you don't gel with a particular area of Law that is a compulsory module when you are otherwise a very 'good' student. I do think my course has the balance of coursework and exams right and feedback is pretty good. In relation to 'course-specific facilities'.. I couldn't tell you what they are...×
Campus is getting cheaper to live on year by year, as competition is increasing it is noticable that prices are going down....
Campus is getting cheaper to live on year by year, as competition is increasing it is noticable that prices are going down. Mainly for places to eat and drink. You have just a short and cheap bus ride into Lancaster itself if you need anything more than what is on campus, but in theory you don't have to leave campus for the whole term as it has everything for you. The only thing that surprised me was the price of coursebooks (which I believe will be the same for most uni's).. I spent over 500 on books during my 3 years and this was only getting the main coursebooks that were needed, no extra reading!×
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