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My biggest advice would be to look into the module options at each institution you're considering, see what topics you feel you're more interested in and go from there.
Hey guys! Hope you’re all good. I’m currently deciding between two subjects at university, which are property management and law. Does anyone taking either of these subjects have any advice and tips for it? Also, what’s the percentage of graduates that find jobs after completing each of these courses? Thanks in advance x
I'm a law graduate and I really enjoyed studying the course, however the main piece of advice I would give is if Law is something you want to do really try and get some experience along side your degree and make the most of legal career events. As Law is very competitive and this will help when applying for future training contracts or legal jobs.
Let me know if you have any questions about studying law.
Thanks so much Zaira. This was really helpful. Do you have any advice on how to prepare for law and the best way to take notes when doing a degree in law? Also, do you have any recommendations for wider reading tasks to prepare for the course? Thanks in advance x
No problem! Law is taught from scratch at uni, so they don't expect you to know anything before hand. I would say once you know what uni you are going to be studying at, you could look at the first year modules and do some light reading based on them.
I used to take notes by printing of the lecture slides as handouts and make notes on them, you can also get them on the laptop if you prefer typing. This saved me writing everything out and rather I could write the extra info given by the lecturer. Also, when reading try and only make notes on key information as there is a lot to read and most of the time you don't need notes on every sentence.
I hope this helps and feel free to ask any other questions.