University of Law
About us

We are the largest provider of legal education in the UK*. At The University of Law, we go beyond academic excellence. Our guiding principle is that our students are taught in a realistic, professional and contemporary context, with plenty of practical interactive engagement and one-to-one teaching and support. This has earned us a 5 Star QS rating, and allowed our alumni to achieve extraordinary things.

*HESA 2020/21.

Study with us

Here at The University of Law we believe all of our undergraduate courses should help you to understand how to apply what you learn in a real-world context, as well as provide you with an exciting and challenging academic experience.

We have always been confident in our teaching and the results we have consistently achieved for our students.

Driven by innovative teaching, we are constantly expanding our range of undergraduate courses to meet the needs of students and employers, ensuring you gain the skills employers demand.

We strive to prepare you for a professional career from day one, with a wide range of study options to meet your needs, from degrees with optional foundation years to online and accelerated programmes. As we specialise in teaching, with a focus on problem solving and weighing up arguments, you’ll develop a formidable range of essential skills that can make all the difference when starting your career.

You can choose from a range of specialism courses both online and on campus so that you can match your degree course to suit your personal circumstances, offering you greater flexibility to make your career plans a reality.

It is part of our mission to provide excellent employability outcomes for our students; 92% of our full-time UK LLB students graduating in 2017 secured employment or further study within six months of successfully completing their course. We have also achieved top ten placements among universities in the UK for five categories in the National Student Survey 2019: teaching, learning opportunities, academic support, learning resources and student voice.