School of Law - Undergraduate Open Days
Undergraduate Open Days are planned by the University throughout the year, please refer the main Keele Open Day pages to register.
In light of the current Covid-19 (Coronavirus) situation and following government advice, our 19 June 2021 Open Day is a virtual event.
Please register for this event using the link here.
If you have already registered, you don't need to do anything - Keele will contact you with more details.
"Keele is the right size campus – not too large, not too small. It gives you the opportunity to engage with the lecturers. The size of the law school gives you the opportunity to go into a lot of competitions, like mooting and client interviewing. With mooting there is a chance to go the Supreme Court. Not only do you come away with the academic side of things but a collection of skills you put together and general it’s a pleasure to be on the course. "
"In my second year at Keele, I was involved in competitions like the mooting competition and client interviewing at the regional and national levels. We have practitioners and staff who are willing to help students to train them. These skills we learn from the competitions are valuable in a legal career but also in life more generally regardless of what path you go for. "
"Being a mature student, returning to university can be quite intimidating and you don't really know what to expect but I can say from first hand that Keele has such a great support network. The lecturers and staff are so supportive and friendly and I definitely do not regret going back to study. "
"I had the opportunity to get to the (mooting) final and the final was held at the Supreme Court before Lord Hodge and this is an opportunity that is quite unique to Keele, not every University offers this opportunity….. it was an incredible opportunity and very nerve racking but it is something I have been able to talk about on nearly every application I have sent……a real topic of conversation for me."
"It has amazing alumni, amazing reviews and if you actually get a chance to speak to any of the teaching faculty, you'll realize that they are so passionate about what they do and they really have the knowledge to help you understand where you might want your career to go, which is really important. "
"One of the reasons I went to Keele was because a CLOCK (The Community Legal Outreach Collaboration Keele). Essentially most universities to do a law clinic but CLOCK is a bit different to that because you're in the courtroom and not only do you have the opportunity to experience to help people who need assistance but you are in a court room and being in that environment, it's such an invaluable experience to have."
"Keele is a fantastic place to study the law, whether it be your lecturers, your tutors, your administrative staff, or the professional staff at the law school, everyone you meet will support you and develop you as a student and any capabilities and interests you have in pursuing law as a career. "
"I have gained immeasurable support from my personal tutor, lecturers and mentors within the Law School and I appreciate all of the opportunities I have gained from my time at Keele University. I do not doubt that future students will feel exactly the same way."
"I loved the dynamics of the course, I loved the variation they can offer. The tutors are fantastic. I was lucky enough to be elected President of the Barristers Society and along with the (Keele) Law Society, we put on a fantastic Legal Dining Event… Alumni come back and have the opportunity to offer us something hopefully that we can offer back to Keele students in the future. "
*Information within presentations is correct at time of production. The module details given in the videos on this page are indicative, they are intended to provide you with an idea of the range of subjects that are taught to our current students. The modules that will be available for you to study in future years are prone to change as we regularly review our teaching to ensure that it is up-to-date and informed by the latest research and teaching methods. The information presented is therefore not intended to be construed and/or relied upon as a definitive list of the modules available in any given year.
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