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266 reviews
4.07 / 5 based on 266 reviews
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High class teaching
Leonora K
Germany, Undergraduate
Law, 2019
Overall
The University of Leeds offers first class teaching in a beautiful environment. The law school is tightly knit and diverse, making it a fruitful environment to do your degree. There are several libraries to go to for studying, all of which have their own unique feel. There is an active student union which organises events and the many student groups you can take part in. One of the greatest things about the University of Leeds is the option they give you to take an optional module from any other course at the University during your second and third year. This allows you to explore a completely different area, perhaps learn a language, take a math class or dive in deep with something completely different. This challenges you to think and learn in a different way, and is a unique possibility that few other universities offer.
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Pros
Selection of good libraries, motivational teachers, good student town,
Cons
Heavily focused on corporate law
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High class teaching
Leonora K
Germany, Undergraduate
Law, 2019
Overall
The University of Leeds offers first class teaching in a beautiful environment. The law school is tightly knit and diverse, making it a fruitful environment to do your degree. There are several libraries to go to for studying, all of which have their own unique feel. There is an active student union which organises events and the many student groups you can take part in. One of the greatest things about the University of Leeds is the option they give you to take an optional module from any other course at the University during your second and third year. This allows you to explore a completely different area, perhaps learn a language, take a math class or dive in deep with something completely different. This challenges you to think and learn in a different way, and is a unique possibility that few other universities offer.
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Pros
Selection of good libraries, motivational teachers, good student town,
Cons
Heavily focused on corporate law
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Unlocking knowledge
Susanna P
United Kingdom,
Language, 2021
Overall
Studying French and German at Leeds was an eye-opening experience. I learnt not only an incredible amount of language but also acquired new ideas and new ways of thinking that made me change my perception of the world, in particular, French and German-speaking regions. The lecturers on my course were incredibly supportive and always willing to answer questions and help guide us in the right direction when it came to essay-writing, general study tips and formulation of our thoughts and opinions in an academic and structured way. The careers service available was equally useful and offered not only online guide presentations on cv-writing and job applications but also one-on-one sessions. These allowed us to focus more on what career paths would be suited to our particular interests and capabilities.
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Careers
The school of languages, cultures and societies offered a good handful of internship opportunities, as the university was linked to various different companies abroad. These were mostly companies who had previously hired interns from the university and found them to be consistently reliable candidates. I found my internship in the human resources department at a medical technology firm in Munich through the online university careers portal. Career advice was always provided, more so if the student engaged with the office. The information online is understandably more generalized (although still useful) and for this reason, one-on-one sessions were much more helpful.
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Pros
lectures and talks on how to find and apply for an internship
Cons
providing more intern opportunities, even for subjects with fewer students
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Dana P
Arizona State University, Tempe, United States
History of Art, Undergraduate, University Agreement
Overall
Personal recommendation
It is a lot of work, but at the end it is worth it. I'm an art history student, and I've learned more in this semester than my entire career at my home University. There is a ton to do at night, and it's very lively despite the Industrial exterior.
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During my experience abroad, I ...
(1) Never – (4) A lot
Became familiar with another culture
3
Traveled
4
Improved language skills
3
Met people from other countries
2
Became more independent
4
Partied a lot
4
Experienced a change in life
3
Advanced my studies & career
4
Programmes
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£ 9.250
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£ 9.250
Classroom-based, Bachelor's degree, Other IT, 4 Years
£ 9.250
Jobs & internships
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ABOUT
The University of Leeds received its Charter as an independent institution from Edward VII in 1904. From its inception and throughout the century of its expansion, the University of Leeds has responded to the changing needs of the region and the nation.
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Homepage: www.leeds.ac.uk
Phone: +44 113 233 40 80
Address: University of Leeds, Woodhouse Lane, LS2 9JT Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom
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