Welcome To LLB Law (Three Year, Intensive and Foundation Framework programmes)

Welcome and Induction Week Monday 23rd – Friday 27th September

 

Welcome & Induction Week (WIW) Activities

Your WIW programme sessions will include:

2 Personal Tutor Sessions

1 Subject Session for Single Honour Students ( JH students will have 2 Subject Sessions because you are studying 2 subjects)

Any other activities arranged by the Programme team

 

The three important things you need to do now:

Make sure you have made arrangements to attend the Welcome and Induction Week.             
Information will be emailed to you directly about the Welcome and Induction Week.
Check your Welcome and Induction Week Timetable and make arrangements to attend the classes.

LLB Intensive

LLB (Group 1)

LLB (Group 2)

LLB (Foundation Framework)

Read the Welcome and Induction Week Guide containing a wealth of useful information.      

Click on here to open your Welcome Week Guide.   

 

 

Law Social

 Single and Joint Honours

Day: Tuesday 24/9/19 

Time: 13:00 – 14:00   

Location: CH305

Welcome Video

LLB- 3-4 Years/Joint Honours Programme Leader

Nicola Smithers

Nicola Smithers

Programme Leader

Email: Nicola.Smithers@northampton.ac.uk

LLB- 2 Year Intensive Programme Leader

Kate Exall

Kate Exall

Programme Leader

Email: Kate.Exall@northampton.ac.uk

Similoluwa Fashanu used to dream of a career in the music industry, with a particular desire to manage recording artists.

That all changed when he signed up for a law degree at the University of Northampton, a decision which set him on the way to achieving a new ambition – to become one of the leading legal practitioners in his Nigerian homeland.

Similoluwa Fashanu

Preparing For Your First Year Of Study

Top five study tips from the Learning Development team!
How can I study successfully at the University of Northampton? Your top five tips from the Learning Development Team:
1. Be Prepared

Becoming a university student requires you to step up your independent learning skills. You need to be able to plan, research and write assignments on your own, which may be something you have not done before. Read through Palgrave's tips for Personal Effectiveness and Independent Study to learn more about the skills you will start to develop as a new undergraduate. 

2. Invest in a planner

Independent learning means that you are in control of your timetable and how you spend your time, so use your time wisely. You will be given times and locations of seminars, workshops and other sessions you have to attend as part of your course at the start. You will also need to allocate time for reading, researching and completing assignments, as well as for all your social activities: get a head start by watching our video What is time management?

3. Fine tune your voice

You might worry that you will not be able to write at the level expected of a university student. At the University of Northampton we take this into consideration and provide lots of support to help you. Go to our online support for academic writing for further guidance. 

4. Get into an argument

Writing critically and developing an argument for your essays and reports is a skill that you will develop throughout your first year of university. Review the guide on how to write more critically to help you understand the process to enhance your critical thinking

5. Know who can help you

Going to university is exciting but it can also be a challenge. We know that students may need a helping hand at any time during their studies, which is why we are here to help. You can book an appointment with a Learning Development tutor for help and guidance with study skills or academic writing, as well as support with maths and statistics. Find out more about the services on offer at the Learning Development page on Skills Hub. You can also find out more about other sources of 1-2-1 help - including our academic librarians - by going to our Study Support page. 

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