Ever wondered what it’s like to be a student in the QUT Faculty of Law? Do you have questions about what your day-to-day university life may look like as a single or double degree student?
The ‘Day in the Life’ video series follows four law and justice students through an average day at QUT.
Lachlan Taylor shares his experience as a third year Bachelor of Laws (Honours) student. “During the fourth week of my first year, I was involved in a mooting competition which made me feel at home in the law program and showed just one of the activities the law school has to offer,” he said.
Studying a Bachelor of Law (Honours)/Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Psychology), Rebecca Le commented on the support she has both received and provided as a student in the Faculty of Law. Rebecca is a mentor of the LLB Help Me program which assists law students with assessment, legal research, referencing and study techniques.
D’Arcy Ertel is also studying a Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Psychology), paired with a Bachelor of Justice. D’Arcy offers her top tips for students interested in studying a double degree with Justice. “Immerse yourself in university life and engage with as many activities as you can so it makes your time at university worthwhile.”
Fellow Bachelor of Justice student Chris Mulyadi, majoring in Criminology and Policing, enjoys the accessibility of learning resources and the ability to create a flexible schedule. “All the lectures are recorded online, so if I was sick or had other commitments, I could catch up or revise with the online materials.”
To learn more about studying Law and Justice at QUT, visit https://www.qut.edu.au/law