GRADUATION CASE STUDY: DANIEL JARVIS

Wolverhampton’s reputation as an ‘up and coming’ University was a big draw for legal eagle Daniel Jarvis, who wanted a chance to shine in his chosen career.

The 22-year-old wanted to study Law as it is a well-respected and challenging degree which would enabled him to pursue a career path that would not otherwise be available to him.

This proved to be an excellent decision as he is graduating with a First Class LLB (Hons) – and has already secured a job.

Daniel has already taken up a management role in a probate and trust corporation in Lincolnshire.

The Faculty of Social Sciences graduate says: “I was drawn to the University of Wolverhampton due to its reputation as an 'up and coming' university. It allowed me to gain a first rate education and experience with a low cost of living.

“The lectures and lecturers were outstanding, both inspiring and informative and really pushed all students to do well.”

But like most students, he found managing the competing demands on his time a challenge, but one that he was able to overcome.

“There doesn't seem to be enough hours in the day to research and complete assignments, study for exams, complete lecture and seminar notes and go to the pub afterwards!”

Daniel’s immediate plans are to gain experience in his current role and sector to build up his CV. Looking ahead, he would like to head back to the classroom to study for a LLM and eventually become a lecturer in law. 

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