It's not all work and no play. You will have many opportunities to get involved in non-academic activities whilst studying with us – no matter which campus you choose.
You will automatically become a member of the Students' Union, which enhances and improves your student and academic experience. It does this by having a strong representation structure led by a dedicated Students' Union President, student representatives and clubs and societies.
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If you'd like to find other University of Law students to privately rent with, or you have a spare room in your house/flat, you can join one of our Campus Facebook groups to chat to and make living arrangements with fellow students in your area. Go to Facebook and search groups for your campus.
Our personal tutor scheme means that you'll have the guidance of a qualified professional throughout your time studying with us. Through regular meetings, your personal tutor will be there to guide you through your course and offer assistance and advice as required. They'll also be on hand to help you develop your plans for your future career.
The Students' Union is your representative body whilst you're here at ULaw, representing your interests at all levels of the University. Here's how you can get involved.
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We have a Student Parliament along with a strong representative structure led by a dedicated Students' Union President who ensures your voice is heard at all levels of the University. You can nominate yourself to be one of our Vice-Presidents, Liberation Officers, Course Representatives, Student Member of Committees or a Student Trustee. You can also become your Class Representative to represent your workshop class.
The elections for all these roles begin in October, go to the Students' Union website for more information. If you have any queries, please email our Students' Union team.
We can offer support to you if you want to make a complaint, an academic appeal or need help responding to a disciplinary allegation. We can also signpost you to services available to you whilst you are here as a student. For more information, please email our Students' Union team.
Freshers' Week kicks things off in September with various events to help you get to know your fellow students, including quizzes, comedy nights, city tours and the Freshers' Fair. Other events throughout the year have included staff versus student pub quizzes, summer and end of year balls, to name just a very few.
Clubs, Societies and Events
Your Students' Union can help you set up and run clubs and societies. We're keen to ensure as many students as possible get involved, across all of our campuses. You can create an array of clubs societies, from football and netball to a Harry Potter society. We have dedicated staff who can support you in creating and developing your society.
Find out what clubs and societies are on our main ULaw campuses.
London - Bloomsbury
London - Moorgate