- In-person workshops are compulsory. They are at least two hours and provide an opportunity to learn and discuss topics and fictional practical scenarios in depth with your peers and tutor.
- You will also be required to attend examinations and induction events during the academic year. You will receive notice of these dates well in advance.
- It will help you if you do a limited amount of preparatory reading before the course starts. Set pre-reading will be available once you have accepted a place.
- Learning resources and timetables are online so a laptop is essential for your studies. You will also need wifi at home
Please contact us via Ask NTU if you wish to defer your place.
Our offer is based on the assumption that, when you made your application, you disclosed any disability that might affect the way in which we deliver the course or assess you.
In such a case, we will either:
- agree with you that the disability will require no special facilities, or
- meet you to discuss what facilities will be necessary.
If you have a disability but have not yet disclosed it, we need to hear from you immediately so that we can evaluate your needs and determine what adjustments we are able to make to accommodate those needs. Please contact Student Support Services by emailing Student Support.
Please note that if you are a current student at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) and you already have adjustments through Student Support Services for your current course, these adjustments will not automatically be carried forward on to the Barristers Training Course. You will need to contact Student Support Services as soon as possible, so a fresh evaluation can be made to accommodate your needs.
As a postgraduate student, you can apply for University accommodation. To guarantee yourself a place, you should apply and pay your deposit before the end of May.