At The University of Law we treat the personal data that you share with us, with the utmost care and privacy. We comply fully with The Data Protection Act 1998 and will only process your personal data in the normal and proper conduct of academic and business operations.
For more details, please view our Terms and conditions of website use and data protection policy.
We want you to have a good learning experience during your time at the University.
You will have access to:
For full details see the Learning and Teaching Policy
If you would like advice on how to make a complaint, please see the “When things go wrong” section.
Whether the support you need is specific to you or of a more general nature the University offers the following:
Concerned about the demands made by each course?
See www.law.ac.uk/disability-support-service to access overviews of each course and the study skills required for successful completion.
All students are required to tell us about any learning difficulties, disabilities or medical conditions that may require emergency first aid, so that we can put appropriate arrangements in place where necessary
See the Disability Support Policy for details on:
We are committed to equal opportunity for all its students and comply fully with all applicable legal requirements in the Equal Opportunities Act 2010 through our Diversity Policy. See the Diversity Policy to find out:
You may find that you need the help of an objective listener during your period of study with us. We therefore provide access to external counsellors. See the Counselling Policy to find details about:
In addition to the University on-line library, each Centre also has traditional library facilities.
See the Library Services Policy to find out what we aim to provide in terms of:
Interested in our promise to you to recruit appropriately qualified staff?
See the Learning and Development for Student Support Policy to view those promises.
We provide an Employability Service which in an ever-demanding workplace aims to provide you with support in finding work, practical experience, training contracts, etc.
The Employability Service offers a wealth of different advice.
See the Employability Service – Statement of Service (Students) protocol for details about:
See the Employability Service – External Opportunities (Placements) Policy for details about:
See the Employability Service – Statement of Service (Recruiters) protocol for details about:
See the Employability Service – Equal Opportunities Policy for details on:
See the Employability Service – Confidentiality Policy for details on:
The general framework within which the University works in the area of Employability through its Careers and Pro Bono Departments can be found here
We also have an over-arching policy that covers all of the above areas. For full details, see the Enabling Student Development and Achievement Policy
As a student of the University, you will have access to the Student Association, and you can feedback in a variety of ways. For example, you can give your opinion by:
For full details see the Student Engagement Policy
The over-arching Assessment Policy can be found here
If you have any specific queries about your assessments, please refer to your Student Handbook, the Assessment Regulations for your course, or speak to someone in the Assessment Office at your centre.
You should always try to resolve it informally first by:
If you have any questions, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For more details see the Student Complaints Policy
For details of outcomes from complaints submitted to the Office of the Independent Adjudicator (OIA), please see this summary.