The campus and uni buildings offer quite enough facilities as libraries that goes on 6 levels to provide enough seats, a law library separate from the main one, a power nap area, a bar and cafeteria. My course, law llb, could do with a lot more organisation. The whole experience of going to uni shouldnt be about a lecturer reading from a PowerPoint presentation. The information provided should be better transmitted, the tutorials should be better organised. They should include more courseworks or projects so you can get the necessary experience before the exams. The student union has developed a lot in recent years however it feels like they are trying their best but they dont get enough funds or understanding from uni in order to make happen every project. The careers services offer some help with interview practice however thats it. They should work on some partnerships and offer you relevant internships or work experience in the field you are studying. There is no point in offering a law student an internship in a IT firm. The organisation could do with a lot of inovation: from more events at uni, to the cafeteria and the food served which is always oriental, indian etc; to the organisation of lectures. Overwhole i self taught myself law and got 2:1 and felt like the lecturers were transmitting us the bare minimum of information. Maybe more time should be accorded to each subject and more coursework included in order to make sure that the information is well transmitted.