The British law school is known all over the world, it serves as a starting point for the formation of an entire legal family that dominates in such different countries as the USA, Canada, Australia, South Africa or Hong Kong and Taiwan. The London court has the highest authority, with which only the same courts in Stockholm, New York or The Hague can compete.
To enter most of the higher education institutions in England, you need to pass the IELTS and UKVI exam, prepare a resume, a letter of motivation and letters of guarantee from the national university or school you graduated. Additional and very important will be recommendations. In the motivation letter, it is important to tell the city and the world what is the reason for your choice of an English university and why you should get a law degree at all, and even in Foggy Albion.
In some cases, students are offered a training program that allows students with a weak level of English to tighten it up. Do not neglect such an opportunity, a test exam will show: you have very serious gaps, do not go to your mother.
You can not prepare for moving in the domestic plan: accommodation can be easily found both independently and with the help of a higher educational institution - the needs of students are treated quite carefully.
Educational modules are most often based on the author's approach, so it will not be easy to find educational literature outside the university library. Most often these are reading lists: monographs, scientific articles of various subjects and court decisions. I missed one list - you will have to catch up with hard work and sleepless nights.
Teachers are very busy people with an extensive program of consulting services, many are engaged in international business: in addition to theory, everyone has decades of practice in a variety of fields.
It is not customary to adjust and hurry the student, the pace can be selected independently, inspired by the speeches of teachers, the professional community, numerous meetings and new acquaintances.
Practical classes will have to look for yourself, the university will not do it for you. Paid internships are a rare thing, usually it is a work pro bono (on a voluntary basis). But interesting and bright cases will help you learn new things or prove yourself, earning a professional name, not to mention experience.
Student life is inexpensive, if not chic. A small room with a bathroom, toilet and similar joys with a common kitchen will cost a modest amount. You can shoot in the private sector or try to find coliving, but this is for good luck. But dormitories and residences are available to everyone.
Studying abroad should be considered the best and most important way to expand the scope of one's own perception of reality. Sitting in the evening in the company of like-minded people who came from all over the world, each of whom at the same time has a different educational level from yours, a set of stereotypes, a cultural code and worldview features, you begin to understand and realize the values of the open world. And who, if not a lawyer, needs to understand people?