Do you have a place at university in 2020 to study Law?
Bridging the gap between Sixth Form studies and a Law Degree is challenging. At Minerva Tuition we provide a one-to-one bespoke course that gives students a head-start on their university course. We teach students to broaden their perspective; for example, consider the question ‘How should judges be appointed?’ Students must take into account both the objectives of any selection process and also the required profile for candidates. But what assumptions do they make in the process? In a globalised world does every country have the same expectations of its judges? What has the student learnt from the appointment of judges through history and literature? Of course, a key skill required of a Law undergraduate is to structure a coherent and persuasive case. Essay planning and essay writing is one of the key skills our course seeks to inculcate. For further information about this interesting and stimulating preparation course, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Finally, one more question: Does mankind have the right to colonise space?