London Series: Facilities at Unite Students (English)

Rooms:

Rooms at Unite Students are very cheap in terms of private accommodation but are also of high-quality. Besides that, students are given several essential services free of charge when taking residence at Unite Students.

The individual room at any of the Unite Students rooms available for selection are relatively spacious. The room can fit a bed, wardrobe, individual bathroom and plenty of space for other objects such as desks. Due to the space available, the rooms are quite comfortable as residents are able to store a relatively large amount of items and still have space to move comfortably.

The common rooms within the shared flats are very comfortable. They are usually combined with the question but still leave plenty of space to house a plentiful common area. Firstly, the kitchens are well-equipped and spacious so cooking will be a relatively relaxed experience. Also, the common space is usually made up of an area occupied by a sofa large enough to seat several people. This area usually makes up for an incredible hangout spot with flatmates and friends when going out is just too much of a chore!

Shared Kitchen at Emily Bowes Court, photo by Unite Students from https://www.unitestudents.com/london/blithehale-court

Common Room:

The Common Room is relatively well-equipped with several different facilities. Firstly, a concierge is available which assists residents in receiving packages and other services. Second, there are recreational equipment available such as ping pong and fussball to help facilitate an enjoyable day at the flat. Also, there are vending machines for anyone looking to have a quick drink or bite.

Rooftop:

The rooftop at Unite Students is a very nice addition to the entire accommodation. This area provides a spacious platform for various activities such as barbecuing or any other social gathering. Also, this rooftop area can become a secluded haven for anyone looking to detach themselves from their daily life and enjoy the breeze while overlooking London’s stunning sights in the distance. Though be warned as it is London, anyone making use of the rooftop at night should be well-covered in layers of clothes to stay warm!

Blithehale Court Rooftop View, photo by Unite Students from https://www.unitestudents.com/london/blithehale-court

Courtyard:

The courtyard consists of an open space in the middle of the accommodation with several seating spots. It is a very good option for anyone looking to hang out with friends while enjoying the outside. Also, it adds a hint of aesthetic value to the entire accommodation.

Laundry Room:

The Laundry Room serves its function well and students are quite satisfied with it. Although there was a year where the washing machines experienced some technical difficulties so the halls decided to compensate the students by lowering the prices.

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Link to Unite Students Blithehale Court:

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London Series: Facilities at Garden Halls (English)

Rooms:

Rooms at Garden Halls vary in selection but are overall very satisfactory. As they are relatively newly built, the designs are quite modern and very accommodating for residents. Additionally, they are quite cheap as dormitory rooms are but are very high in quality.

Common Room:

The Garden Cafe provides a social space where students can interact whether it be socialising or studying together. Located on the ground floor, the modern design provides comfort while complemented by the view of Cartwright Gardens in front of the halls.

Garden Cafe, photo by University of London from https://halls.london.ac.uk/the-gardens

Tennis Court:

Garden Halls provides several tennis courts for the leisure of the residents as part of Cartwright Gardens, the park right across the street from the halls. These courts are frequented by players of varying skill levels; from curious beginners to seasoned players looking to maintain their athletic prowess. Residents shouldn’t be shy to arrange a time to use these courts as the friendly environment of the halls encourages students to pursue their interests, tennis included.

Music Room:

The two music rooms are quite similar to each other where both have a piano and guitar. There is no wifi in this room.

Courtyard:

The outside area consists of a small gazebo surrounded by benches. To be honest its quite useless during term time as its usually very cold so nobody bothers to use this area.

Concierge:

The concierge at Garden Halls is essential for handling packages, letting in visitors and arrangement of facility use. The staff are friendly and ready to help with any problems at all times.

Garden Halls concierge, photo by University of London from https://halls.london.ac.uk/the-gardens

Laundry Room:

The Laundry Room serves its function well and students are quite satisfied with it. Although there was a year where the washing machines experienced some technical difficulties so the halls decided to compensate the students by lowering the prices.

Cinema Room:

The cinema room is a great room for students to relax and enjoy a movie with their friends. Equipped with bean bags and a comfortable carpet, this room provides maximum comfort for students to enjoy their favorite flicks.

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London Series: UCL for Law, Universitas Hukum Nomor 1 di London (English)

Studying Law will expose students to a subject that encompasses various different facets of human life in fields such as finance law or family law. These legal equivalents of normal human life should be viewed with the presence of humanity as matters regarding the subject ultimately determine people’s welfare.

In a global city such as London, the study of law is perfectly complemented by the city’s legal sector and its vast opportunities. In an attempt to facilitate such academic endeavours, it also offers several choices of unis that equip aspiring-law practitioners with high quality education. The unis that will be discussed are UCL, LSE, KCL and Queen Mary University of London.

Video taken from UCL Laws at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlUvrQ8hWng&ab_channel=UCLLaws

University College London

Overview

UCL’s Law program is widely regarded as one of the best in the whole of the UK and the whole world. They boast one of the lowest admission rates and a high-quality teaching staff to educate their students. This account of University College London is provided for Flora Chung, a second year student Law student of the institution. 

UCL Bentham House for the Faculty of Laws, photo by Gnesener1900 from https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Bentham_House,_UCL.jpg

Special Quality

Amongst its many advantages in teaching law, a particular strength of UCL Law lies in its extracurricular events. Primarily, UCL’s law society takes a very active role in arranging a wide range of activities for its students’ future careers. For example, the Law society has career events every Monday which hosts scheduled visits from top law firms and networking events. A notable presentation Flora recalls was one by Weil Gotshal and Manges. This firm emphasised their extra activities beyond commercial legal practice such as fulfilling their social responsibilies and promoting diversity programs. For example, they presented their involvement in supporting students of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of NYC, PALS and PENCILS program in exposing young adults to career opportunities in the legal professional world. These events alternate their focus on careers as barristers and solicitors so all students receive an even level of support.

Also, UCL’s Law Society holds socials to strengthen the bond between students within the faculty. The Law society holds many balls or socials such as a 2 week law student only Freshers Fortnight which helped Flora build relationships with her fellow peers.

UCL Moot Court, photo by University College London from https://www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/about/bentham-house

Preparation for Work

UCL is able to prepare their students for work with a mixture of in and out of classroom benefits. For starters, UCL’s teaching staff is world class consisting of leading experts in the field that give insightful tutorials and lectures which are able to encourage debate and critical thinking. For instance, Flora’s tutor in her Public Law module was able to teach her an efficient way of analysing a case. This involved analysing a case from back to front where the conclusion is read beforehand and linked to the paragraphs above it in order to find the final decision of the case. Then the judges decision is discussed. This helped Flora gain a new technique to analyse cases more efficiently and practice a skill used in real life legal practice.

Furthermore, the Law society takes a massive role in connecting students with the professional world. Besides the career and social events previously mentioned, the UCL Law Society provides amazing career support in other forms. For example, the mentorship program they host is helpful in helping students secure internships/schemes.

Intensity

UCL Law’s intensity level is quite high but it is an enjoyable experience. Flora notes that although the course is fast-paced and challenging, curricular and extracurricular activities involving the course are varied, interesting and stimulating. However, she also  expresses that a notable downside is the amount of reading that is demanded for every lecture and tutorial.

In general, UCL Law is an incredible option for any law student. Their Law Society can provide an amazing social and professionally preparatory experience while their in class lessons prove to keep a student engaged and stimulated.

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