Solent University has opened new law and business schools

They will offer flexible degree courses and specialist knowledge

Solent University has opened up two new schools: Solent Law School and Solent Business Schools, based in The Spark. They are designed to offer first-class, flexible learning towards a degree which will leave students equipped with transferable skills for life.

Although Solent has been delivering teaching in these areas before, these schools have been revamped due to an increase in demand for real-world learning. The Law School’s new director, Kevin Rogers, announced he is “thrilled to be joining Solent at this exciting time of development and growth”.

Vice-Chancellor of Solent, Karen Stanton, said: “Our university motto is “Ready for Anything” and it’s important that our courses and academic staff actively prepare our students”.

Caroline Walsh, the director of Solent Business School said: “There has never been a greater need for a business education”.

The school aims to open a gateway to greater opportunities whatever the students are passionate about.

Both schools will work with outside organisations and charities to enhance the learning experience of the students during research and creative briefs. It will also provide students with much-needed real life experience that they can carry forward.

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