University of Law have trained more lawyers than any other universities in the U.K. Famous for its excellence, innovation, and modern teaching, this private institution is the best avenue for a career in law.
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University of Law favours a « realistic, professionnal and modern » teaching style. This practical approach aims to prepare students to the realities of the realities of the legal profession. It allows the university to train lawyers and jurists capable of successfully joining a fast-moving legal profession. On average, 94% of students at the University of Law find employment in the nine months following graduation.
The school has numerous connections with legal professionals, and can guarantee internships and promising contacts for students.
The LLB (Bachelor of Law) from the University of Law is a three year course combining theoretical and practical teaching in an environment that promotes intellectual and personal development. The course is aimed at students who wish to become lawyers or who wish to gain insight into the legal industry. Some graduates go on to have successful careers in journalism, business, finance, politics, or human resources.
The tuition fees at University of Law are only £6000 per year. The university offers many scholarships, particularly to international students of which there are more than 1200 from 100 different countries.
Applications to University of Law are made through UCAS, a centralised platform common to all british universities. Study Experience are specialists in guiding students through the UCAS application process, and our team will gladly assist you through these steps.
The deadline for applying is the 15th of January for students wishing to start in September. A full application must include a CV, a professionally translated transcript, your IELTS test results, as well as a personal statement. Study Experience accompany many students in the writing of their personal statements and recommend the best IELTS preparation courses. Speaking of the IELTS, the required score for University of Law ranges is 6.5. To apply, you must have obtained your baccalaureat with minimum of 14/20 average, but again a higher average can be required depending on the course.
University of Law have nine campuses in total : Birmingham, Bristol, Chester, Guilford, Leeds, Bloomsbury and Moorgate in London, Manchester, and Exeter. Whatever the campus, students benefit from help in their day-to-day tasks, particularly finding accommodation. The university has parntnerships with residences and student complexes in each of these cities. The cost is around £100 per week for a residence outside London and £200 for a room in London. These residences have many perks : laundry rooms, high speed internet, gyms, TV rooms, cafeterias and much more.
The university also advises students who wish to find their own flat near the school.
A diploma in Law from a british university is a pathway to an international career in the legal profession. University of Law is undeniably one of the best places to achieve these things. Get in touch with a Study Experience team member for more information on this Bachelor.