Shadya knew she wanted to find a university with a good ranking, good teaching, a multi-cultural community and close to London. Reading ticked all her boxes.
The School's bursary scheme allowed Oyin to undertake a two-week work placement at a law practice in Oxford and gain essential practical skills.
A variety of work experience placements enabled Arunjot to perfect his legal research skills and decide upon his future career.
Working with different clients and legal professionals exposed Charlotte to the realities of working within the British justice system.
The skills and knowledge developed whilst studying law - like independent study and independent research and learning - could be applied to any career.
Following the completion of his undergraduate degree, William decided to stay at Reading and study for an MRes in Law & Society.
The International Commercial Arbitration Mooting module gave Eyas the opportunity to participate in 'real world' international commercial law disputes.
Elisvesta's lecturers were really friendly and provided her with invaluable help and support.
Transitioning to a UK education was a major change for Nattapapim (Ying) but the welcome and support she received from the staff made the adjustment easy.
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