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I'm hopefully starting at Lancaster doing Law in September and I was just wondering how many hours a week are normally spent in lectures/ seminars?
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(Original post by gnturner1996)
I'm hopefully starting at Lancaster doing Law in September and I was just wondering how many hours a week are normally spent in lectures/ seminars?
Hey. I haven't done law so I'm not exactly sure. Its normally a couple of lectures a week per module, in some cases it can be one 2 hour lecture per week. Plus one tutorial/seminar per week.
This really depends on the lecturer though.
This website tells you about all the law modules available and what they involve, make sure you have a look if you haven't already. You can use the search function to find the other modules.
http://www.lusi.lancaster.ac.uk/Cour...ourseId=011076

This tells you about the course, providing you are doing straight law.
http://www.lusi.lancaster.ac.uk/Cour...ourseId=001178
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Typically 12-25 hours of "contact" per week. That usually works out at about 10-12 hours of lectures, 1-4 hours of seminars and 0-8 hours of labs.

Towards the higher end for science-y subjects with labs, slightly less for more writing/research based, which have a few more seminars but less hours over all.
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