Student Accommodation in Bristol near University of Law - Bristol
Casita offers off-campus University of Law - Bristol Student accommodation. There are 10 available Bristol student halls offered by Casita. These halls provide accommodation in the form of Studios, Flats, Single, and En-Suite rooms, and are minutes away from the university’s Bristol campus. Multiple features and amenities are offered by these student halls, including Wi-Fi, all inclusive bills, bike storage, and CCTV security.
Why Study at University of Law - Bristol
The University of Law is an innovative and contemporary university, specializing in law and recently in business as well. It’s one of the UK’s oldest specialist institutions that provide legal education. The university is rated 5 stars on the QS World University Ranking. It’s known for having multiple notably powerful connections to both local and global law firms and businesses. The university also offers its students practice-based and employability focused education, which increases their chances of getting hired and establishing a future career. The University of Law, Bristol Campus is located in Bristol’s city centre and in the heart of the legal district, making it an ideal location to study and practice law.
Departments and Divisions
The University of Law, Bristol has a wide range of available undergraduate and postgraduate courses for its students. These courses include Corporate Governance, Data Protection and Intellectual Property, International Business Law, Legal Technology, Company Law, and Legal Practices.
Facilities and Resources
The university’s Bristol campus is equipped with multiple facilities that aim to support and aid students on their learning journey. These facilities include free Wi-Fi, wellbeing services, computer suites, and silent study areas among others.
A number of workshop rooms are spread across the campus as well as small lecture theatres, they both allow for an interactive and a collaborative learning environment, where students can communicate directly with their tutors and with fellow students. The campus library gives students access to online and offline resources, along with legal reports and reviews.
Students at the University of Law’s Bristol Campus can spend their free time at the campus cafe, where they can socialize or simply grab a coffee. They can also hang out with friends at the break out area. The campus has a rich sporting and social life in which students can partake, they can participate in activities or competitions, or even start their own societies.
The campus’s on-site employability team provides students with career guidance. They also find exciting work experiences for students, as well as interesting pro-bono opportunities. The team also organizes regular visits from local firms to give talks and explain their recruitment cycles and what they look for in future trainees and employees.