The University of Law

Key Information

Location

London, Birmingham, Bristol, Chester, Guildford, Leeds, Manchester, and Nottingham.

Established

1962

Motto

Leges Juraque Cognoscamus

Nationalities

Students

8,000

Overview

The University of Law, a private university, is the UK’s largest law school, offering law degrees, specialist legal training and CPD courses for existing barristers and solicitors.

As it is a small and specialist university, it does not feature in global university rankings. However, in a 2020 National Student Survey, it was ranked first for student satisfaction in England, and in 2016, students ranked it with a learner satisfaction rate of 92%.

It has 9 campsuses in the UK, as well as an international branch in Hong Kong. It also offers the GDL and LPC at 4 other universities.

Courses

Foundation
Law
Business
Criminology
Politics
Project Management
BPC
LPC
GDL

Employment

94% of postgraduate students were in highly skilled occupations 15 months after graduation.

Fees and Scholarships

University of Law fees vary greatly depending on the course being studied. The foundation course costs around 10,900, undergraduate courses start at around 13750, and postgraduate around 13800.

A wide range of scholarships and bursaries are offered by the university, and more information can be found here.

Accommodation

Given the many locations University of Law has, their accommodation offering and availability may vary according to their different locations. However, the university’s online accommodation portal provides advice for students looking to rent a property near their campus. Moreover, their dedicated Facebook group is aimed to students looking to rent privately and may be looking to share a flat with fellow students.

Other Facts

It was the first for-profit university to be granted university status
The university is owned by the Netherlands based company, Global University Systems