The University of Law is one of the longest-established specialist providers of legal education in the UK. It also offers a wide range of professional courses including law, business, policing, criminology, psychology, computer science and education.
The university hosts campuses across the UK, including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, Bristol, Guildford and Nottingham. It also has an international presence in Hong Kong, making it an international institution that focuses on widening higher education participation and making education accessible to all.
The University of Law also offer courses at the University of East Anglia, The University of Chester, The University of Exeter, The University of Reading, The University of Liverpool, The University of Sheffield, The University of Southampton, Newcastle University, and Royal Holloway, University of London.
The university has links to 94 out of the 100 top law firms in the country, including exclusive relationships with 60 of them. It also has a five-star rating from QS Stars, and is rated as the best university in England for teaching according to the 2021 National Student Survey.
Students from more than 120 different countries choose The University of Law, with each campus location being home to a thriving and supportive international community. Campuses are modern, well-equipped and close to commercial hubs, top law firms and transport connections.
With a team of more than 300 professionally qualified tutors, visiting professors and lecturers, the university offers an established teaching methodology that focuses on knowledge and practical skills. Plenty of practical and collaborative teaching is included, where students benefit from a high amount of tutor contact hours.
International students can take advantage of the extensive personal, academic and professional support services on offer, from accommodation services to career support. Additionally, students can benefit from an alumni network of over 90,000 members.