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University of Law

School Profile:

The University of Law is the UK's oldest professional legal education institution, having trained more than 64,000 practicing lawyers in the UK since 1876. In addition to the bachelor's and master's programs, the school also offers a master's degree in law for students who do not graduate from the law department but want to enter the legal industry across fields, providing a springboard to become a professional lawyer.

All courses are taught by licensed lawyers, and more than 90% of the licensed lawyers are tutors of the Bachelor of Laws, adding their legal expertise and rich experience to the teaching content. The University has been awarded a Gold Award for Teaching Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Outcomes in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) Professional Programme University. The University also cooperates with world-renowned law firms to provide trainee training and on-the-job training. More than 30 well-known law firms in the UK send their interns to universities for professional internships. In 2017, 92% of LLB graduates were successfully employed or continued their studies within six months of completing the course. The University's award-winning Legal Aid team puts students' legal skills into practice, giving students access to more than 3,000 real-world case placements during their studies. Its careers advice team is one of the largest careers services in UK universities, with more than 30 specialists providing one-to-one support to students.


Subject introduction: 

The university provides professional courses such as LLB Law, Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL), Legal Practice Course (LPC), Bar Practice Course (BPC), students can choose to complete the LLB course within two or three years, and all seven campuses in the UK are available This course is offered. Students who have graduated from the Faculty of Law or have completed the GDL Diploma can progress to the LPC Legal Practice Course and become a Solicitor. In addition to law courses, the university also offers bachelor's and master's courses in science, as well as online distance courses for students to study.


Geographical location:

The University has 14 and 2 overseas campuses in Hong Kong and Berlin, Germany, while the UK campuses are in Birmingham, Bristol, Chester, Exeter, Guilford, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Norwich, Nottingham, Reading, Sheffield . Each branch campus is close to local business centers and well-known law firms. The university has a comfortable learning environment and convenient transportation.


Campus Information:

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2 Bunhill Row, London, EC1Y 8HQ


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