Students attend lectures and talks at the faculty over a period of five days, with a typical day usually being 9am-4.30pm. This year students participated in a mock court hearing, tried their hand at commercial negotiation and took part in a tutorial with one of our graduate students. They also had lectures on topics such as criminal law and Brexit. There is also much more do to outside the faculty, with sessions on interviews, personal statements and student finance available.
Am I eligible?
- In your first year of A-levels (or equivalent)
- A UK state school/college/sixth form/academy pupil
- A UK resident at the time of applying, and resident since 1 October 2015
- A*/A/Distinction*/1 grades are strongly preferred
Your socio-economic background is also taken into account, so factors like where you live will be looked at.
How do I apply?
This year students had to provide the following:
- A personal statement focusing on interest in the relevant course and reasons for attending UNIQ
- School information
- A-level (or equivalent) courses
- Contact details for the teacher referee
- At least six GCSE/National 5 (or equivalent) grades
Applications open in December each year, and there are 30 available per week available.