Aleš Pitín

Aleš from Prague is studying towards his LLB (Hons) Law degree on our Treforest campus. He has shared some of his experiences at the university so far:

Tell us about the course you are studying and how you find the lectures? I do study law and I found it way better compared to Czech law school. Lecturers treat their students as a partners and they try to develop student’s knowledge with personal attitude.

What are the facilities like at the University? I would say, facilities are still looks like much better than at the Czech universities. It is important to mention that USW is developing pretty quickly. In Treforest campus are new buildings every few years. Classes looks really nice and cozy inside and generally I would call that good student environment.

What’s the most useful thing you have learnt? To be myself.

What advice would you give to someone who wants to study in the UK? Firstly, don’t forget to take your umbrella in the UK. Secondly, I can’t promise you that it is going to be easy, but it totally worth it.

What will you miss the most about University when your course finishes? Campus of USW is like one big family. Sooner or later you will know every second face and I know I will miss all these students, because they have enriched me through our friendships.

What are your aspirations? What would you like to do when you finish your studies? I never intended to stay all my life in my own country and my goals where way farer than the goals others. I would like to continue in my studies at some other university around the world, like in Australia or in the USA. My aim is to get international degree between two countries and start my own business.