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The University of Law

The University of Law (ULaw) is one of the UK’s longest-established specialist providers of legal education, offering undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in a range of law specialisms. Our aim is to prepare you for a professional career from day one with a wide range of study options to meet your needs.

Why study with The University of Law?

  • Access to award-winning careers support including access to work experience, pro bono opportunities and legal vacancies from before you apply until after you graduate.
  • Over 90% of our tutors are qualified lawyers with experience in practice allowing students to learn in a realistic, professional and contemporary context.
  • In June 2021, The University of Law were earned 5 Stars in the World University Rankings, by global higher education analysts, QS (Quacquarelli Symonds).
  • In the 2021 National Student Survey (NSS), we ranked first among universities in England for the critical category of ‘teaching on my course’ and first for the criteria that ‘staff are good at explaining things’.
  • Choose to study full-time or part-time at over 15 locations across the UK, internationally in Hong Kong or online. 
  • Flexibility to switch between campuses and courses
  • In 2018/19, 94% of postgraduate students were in highly skilled occupations within fifteen months of graduating with us.
  • We offer a range of funding options for your postgraduate or undergraduate studies, including flexible study options.
  • We have up to £2million available in our large and generous scholarship fund, which includes full-fee scholarships.

Study Undergraduate Law Courses

Our undergraduate LLB courses combine academic rigour with practical legal skills, to provide you with the transferable skills you need, whether you are committed to working in the legal sector or want to explore other career options.

The majority of our on campus undergraduate law degrees are offered over 3 years or 4 years with a Foundation Year.

We also have a two year Accelerated LLB (Hons) Law degree and offer a two-year LLB (Hons) Senior Status.

Our latest course is the MLaw (Solicitors’ Practice) four-year Integrated Master’s* which has been designed for those wanting to be a solicitor and follows the new Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) route. 

If you’re considering studying online, you can select from a variety of online law degrees that can be studied over 3, 4 or 6 years.

Study Postgraduate Law Courses

We offer a range law conversion courses for non-law graduates including our Postgraduate Diploma in Law (PGDL), MA Law (Conversion), MA Law (SQE1) and SQE Law Essentials.

If you want to become a barrister, our Bar Practice Course (BPC) is designed to give you the best chance of securing pupillage and preparing for life as a barrister.

If you want to become a solicitor, we offer a wide range of courses to prepare you for the SRA’s centralised SQE1 and SQE2 assessments, including our LLM Legal Practice (SQE1&2). Alternatively, in certain circumstances, you may be able to continue with the Legal Practice Course (LPC) route to practice. 

We also offer a wide range of specialist Master's in Law programmes to enhance your career.

Find out more about postgraduate courses here

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94% Employed in 15 months

In 2018/19, 94% of postgraduate students were in highly skilled occupations within fifteen months of graduating with us.

Funding Options

We offer a range of funding options for your postgraduate or undergraduate studies, including flexible study options.

Scholarships

We have up to £2million available in our large and generous scholarship fund, which includes full-fee scholarships.

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