I chose NTU after careful research about my course requirements and structure, and because of NTU’s reputation within the academic and student community.
More about Glory
Why did you choose NTU and Nottingham Law School?
I chose Nottingham Trent University (NTU) after careful research about my course requirements and structure, and because of NTU’s reputation within the academic and student community. NTU is rated gold for outstanding teaching quality and research work in NTU is globally recognised. This was very important in informing my decision to choose NTU. Nottingham Law School (NLS) features a faculty of leading experts in their various fields. I was thrilled when I saw that Dr Seema Patel lectured at NLS; I just knew I had to come here.
Why did you choose postgraduate study at NTU?
I chose postgraduate study at NTU because I wanted to study in a city that had the right balance of student life and academic focus. NTU as a university and Nottingham as a city offered me the right mix of both.
What inspired you to study law?
I was inspired to study law because there was a different respect with which lawyers were treated while I was growing up. They were always held in high esteem, and everyone yearned to listen when they spoke. I wanted to be worthy of such respect and esteem among my peers too.
What do you enjoy about your course?
The clinical method of teaching makes learning enjoyable. I love the discussions and unique perspectives which my classmates bring to topics. I also enjoy group assignments and presentations. The unlimited learning materials available to aid my research has also made me enjoy my course.
What marks out of 10 would you give for course facilities and why?
10 out of 10. The facilities are easily accessible, clean, and welcoming. I remember during the winter months, I looked forward to my nights in Boots Library.
How would you promote NTU to potential students in 10 words or fewer?
Want to see the world? Come to NTU!
What three words would you use to describe Nottingham?
Exciting, beautiful, calm.
Where would you recommend visiting in Nottingham?
Old Market Square, Stonebridge Farm, Wollaton Park, Bonington, and Wax Bar (for the night life and some Nigerian music).
If you have a (non-academic) problem who would you talk to? What would you do?
I would talk to my siblings and my best friend. Usually, I would follow whatever advice they give or solution they proffer.
What do you think Nottingham Law School has given you above and beyond a qualification?
Lifelong friendships, an expanded professional network, and a new international outlook on life.
Finally, is there anything else you’d like to share?
An international education is an amazing opportunity for growth, and it can be life changing. At NTU, I have been the handed tools to make a successful life and I am grateful for that.
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