USP Law Undergraduate Student Experience
Bachelor of Laws (LLB) | Fiji
USP Laucala Campus, Suva, Fiji
I chose to study law at USP because your university experience is more than just gaining an education. Your university experience gives your the knowledge, skills, confidence and experience to help you make the world better. USP Law opens up new opportunities and lets you take control of your future.
With the help of the USP Law teaching staff, I did not face much difficulties or obstacles when it came to learning and accessing course materials during the COVID-19 pandemic. The USP Law teaching staff’s innovative ideas helped students continue their studies while ensuring that they were safe at home.
Studying law has helped me gain valuable knowledge and skills. I have gained so much confidence and knowledge at USP and cannot wait to learn more!
Bachelor of Laws (LLB) & Professional Diploma in Legal Practice (PDLP) | Vanuatu
USP Laucala Campus, Suva, Fiji and USP Emalus Campus, Port-Vila, Vanuatu
Studying law was one of the best decisions of my life. I chose to study at USP because it is the South Pacific’s law school. It is amazing that you can sit in class and hear about the laws in other USP jurisdictions from students from those countries.
I love the wealth of knowledge that you get from the lecturers and tutors who come from all over the world. I particularly admire our Pacific Islands lecturers who returned to USP to educate the new generation of Pacific Island legal professionals.
During my LLB years, I was able to participate in moot competitions and was also able to study for a semester at the Victoria University in Melbourne, Australia.
Bachelor of Laws (LLB) | Federated States of Micronesia
USP Emalus Campus, Port-Vila, Vanuatu
I chose to study law at USP because of its diversity in teaching and learning. Compared to other universities, USP provides the unique opportunity to study the Pacific region as a whole, whil also allowing students to focus specifically on their own jurisdictions. The diversity at USP Law allows us to come together, as individuals from the Pacific region, and engage in constructive debates and meaningful debates about Pacific law. We enter our classrooms with our own knowledge and walk out with the knowledge of many.
During my time at USP Law, there was a lot of personal growth. I have grown into an independent young woman while studying at USP. It is empowering to reflect on just how significant that growth has been – both personally and academically.