Ucas code: K24
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Law is roughly 12-14 contact hours a week and is demanding. There are both seminars and lectures and lectures are recorded....
Law is roughly 12-14 contact hours a week and is demanding. There are both seminars and lectures and lectures are recorded. However, if you choose not to go to lectures, do get into the habit of watching them at home, preferably as soon as they go up, as you get lazy and forget about them. Lots of essays and reading though you dictate how much work you do obviously. Also, you'll rely a lot on academic journals, though do try to access book and other articles. Exams in first year are on Criminal Law, Foundations of Property and Public Law 1 (2 is in the second year). Either 50% or 80%.×
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I lived in the parkwood flats. They are very nice as halls go. They are modern, light, clean and really spacious. From what I...
I lived in the parkwood flats. They are very nice as halls go. They are modern, light, clean and really spacious. From what I have seen of all the accommodation on campus, although in varying degrees of pricing and facilities etc, none of it is that bad at all.×
I lived the Parkwood houses and was happy with the accommodation. The rooms were a good size and amenities were satisfactory....
I lived the Parkwood houses and was happy with the accommodation. The rooms were a good size and amenities were satisfactory. It occasionally got noisy at night when neighbors had parties but other than that I would chose to stay there again.×
Sports facilities, the sports centre has just been renovated with lots of new gym equipment. The more space available means...
Sports facilities, the sports centre has just been renovated with lots of new gym equipment. The more space available means there are more classes on than ever! Really helps with improving fitness come BUCS season. There are music practice rooms with pianos in all of the colleges; a 5 fee gets you entry into them all year round via your KentOne card. Course materials and lectures are organised very well; most courses (if not all) have calendars that sync to mobiles making it much easier to find halls and lecture theatres while you're out on campus. Entertainment-wise, while you can expect a pretty standard night at the Venue, different themes every Saturday make it fun and interesting.×
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